NIce rare car but expensive.
Do the nine girls come with it?
if they do, I'll take it!!
"if they do, I'll take it!!"
Me thinks the divorce and upkeep on the 9 gals and the T would break me!!
Tim, your married
Very nice car, well done. Is that gas tank correct ?? Spark and throttle rods have diff. bends.
So nice renovation, and so it has been mounted park lights out, I have never seen these will sit inward.
apart from that a very nice car.
The Encyclopedia says this about the gas tank:
"The Coupelet used the standard round tank under the seat until about 1918, then the round tank was moved to the rear compartment."
First, "rounded top" then after 10 September 1917 moved the gas tank in the back of the turtle deck and then came the low so-called "flat top".
So what I can come up with, there could be some rounded top that 1918 model year, or they had to stop production of the new Flated top came.
Wrong or right?!
A friend of mine has Edsel Fords original 1915 couplet and the tank is in the trunk, but this car was updated through the years as he owned it, Bob