Gorry, I hope so!
DANG! that makes my old gravity dump worth about a 100,000 being it is so rare I cant even find out who made it!
That is also the first time I have seen a TT refered to as a 2 ton truck.
Got this response from the guy.
"Sorry but there is no decimal point missing. This was appraised at $125,000 as these 1924's are very rare and this is in original good condition. Thanks"
We need the # of this guy's appraiser for insurance purposes
I think I'm gonna see if that guy can sell my truck! I could sell my TT for say, $40K, and replace it with 4 or 5 others, and build a new garage just for my T's so they don't have to share space with my other "newer" cars!
Seth, there's a dealer that should be able to make you a nice profit on that speedster!
Speedsters aren't worth much because they aren't the real deal. You know that.
I glad somebody posted this. I will move some of my junk brass cars to the junk garage and the 2 ton TT's to the better garage. I may be border line rich and did not know it.
Seth, that only applies to close-minded fools who can't appreciate the historic significance of modified cars. Many aspects of improved cars were a direct result of the the innovative work of the backyard modifier. Racing and customizing do nothing but make the car companies improve their product.
See....I told you guys that disney truck was a deal! Shoot...I coulda made $120,000 profit by reselling it! lolololol
Maybe some unknowing sucker will fall for it. As P.T. Barnum said, "There's one born every minute!"
I have to say that I found the following at the top of this listing very amusing.
"Avoid scams and fraud by dealing locally!"
Ya never know....sombody DID pay over 10K for that "1910" with the '24 fenders and '26 engine and buggy seats in Norton Ohio! I still can't get over that one!
Just think what that truck would sell for if someone would clean it up a little!