Two days and 1400 km's "869 miles" later I'm back home to Fall River, Nova Scotia with my 1926 Touring.
Nice car! I did one of those road trips back in the end of December to pick up my 1926 Tudor. I guess when the "T bug" bites, you just gotta go. Enjoy!
That's in nice shape.
Picked it up in Connecticut. Got rid of my chopped up one. As far as I know I am the fourth registered owner. I will have a list of former owners later today. It was worth the drive. Also I'm told that the paint is original. Tires are new and also new side curtains. I have the original side curtains as well but they worn.
That's a really nice looking machine. Looks like the top and side curtains are new and the white-walls really give it class.
Hope to see you on your the road Enos. Im only an hour from you
Great looking flivver- I love the road trips for toys!
Saw it on Craig's thought was a nice car. Glad it got a good home. Welcome to the '26-'27 touring club!
The roof is not new but the side curtains are.
yes picked her up on craigslist. Rob I;ll have to take a spin down the number 2 this summer.
Nice car. My car purchases were local but I've made road trips for a trailer full of parts!
Nice looking car Enos. Hope to see you on the road soon.
I bought my 25 Fordor from folks in Naperville, Ill. We had fun driving out with an empty trailer to get it, 2200 miles one way. It was listed on Ebay for $6000.00.
Enos, That's a mighty fine looking T. Does the RF tire show signs of misalignment ?
Nice! Congratulations! I would doubt that the paint is the original, but it could be, and really may not matter.
Drive carefully, and do enjoy it! W2