I have seen this car. There is NOTHING 1910 on the car. The title says 1910 but that is about it. It is an interesting after market aluminum body.
The guy says the steering wheel might be 1910.
Looks like it could be a fun car with lots of potential, or an excellent candidate for a speedster project!
But not for $4400...
I love all that 1910 brass, and the authentic 1910 rear fenders that curve down in back.
Steve: You should know better... those are really 1909 rear fenders. See this link to confirm
Here's another thread about this 1920(?)T with a very interesting aftermarket body: http://www.mtfca.com/discus/messages/331880/377658.html?1376025817
Here is my original post on this car.
One man's junk is another man's junk... It always seems that the less knowledgeable the seller the higher the perceived value! But alas, this "item" will likely become bait for the next "sharpie" who sees a quick buck marketing such a "rare commodity", thus removing said commodity from the reach of the devoted.
The model T, in this case ceases to exist, replaced with the caricature of a rare gem destined only for the most "discriminating collector".
Would make a neat car fixed up and driveable.
"One man's junk is another man's junk..."
hahaha %Thanks for the chuckle, John.
I stole a few pictures from Bob's original post. I like the top and was giving serious thought to building a similar top for a Touring. It's blazing hot down here in the summer and "convertibles" rarely get used. AC is a plus.