As Zazu Pitts would say, "Oh, Dear!"
I don't believe I'll comment on the "Limo", but I clicked on the "other Model T's for sale" link at the bottom of the page and saw some good-looking cars and trucks there. I did notice that the asking prices are noticably higher than I'm used to seeing at other places. If they are getting those prices for the cars there, Hemmings might be the place to list one you have for sale.
A 1924 Pimpmobile!
Weird. What's stranger still is that I saw a T Touring painted those exact colors at Hershey about 5 years ago. The body wasn't altered but it also had a red leather interior just like the one in the photo. The owner said he did it on his own but the exact color match of the "limo" plus the matching interior make me wonder.
I think they lost most of the "T" in making that extended body. That top looks like an amature job, but the seats look very good, but like I said, they lost the "T".
As my kids would say, "that's just sick and wrong"!
At first glance I kinda thought it could be fun, then I read, "without noisy sound or body vibration". I'm with Steve and Zazu - "Oh dear!"
A japaneese engine in a Model T!....Please throw another scoop of dirt on top of ol' Henry so he stops spinning.
You got that right.
I can say with complete confidence that this is defintely "NOT MY BAG, MAN". Yeesh...
What a heap of guano but, hey, it's got all white tires!
Only on the left side. Guess he only drove through the guano on the left!
Their design reminds of a ModeL T wheelie circus car with the two fat Americans in the backseat. Should have at least lengthened the frame as well. Bob
I am left with, ""what the He!!?"is that?"
Ug,Jap motor in a T? Sheesh.
That ranks up there with the Opera Coupe!
I just knew that this post would somehow lead back to the infamous "opera car." I know that it was sold on Ebay to a car dealer in Largo, FL. From there he tried to sell the car on Ebay and it ended up in a drug seizure auction in the midwest. I believe the pics above are form that auction as the car had somehow lost its hood. does anyone know where the car is now?
Reads like the guy giving the description is the same as the one that sends the Nigerian scam emails