I have no connection to the seller or the listing.
Thats a nice clean one ready for touring.
Wow, it is a Canadian '13. Wish we had better photos, hard to tell the condition from those. Probably a decent price if it is in good shape, considering the rarity and the features.
Somebody better gab it and growl. That one won't last long at that price.
Wow, Look at all the accessories. They'll certainly add up to a bunch plus it's looking pretty good on the outside as well!
If you can live with the colour, further down the page is a nice brass 16 with Pasco wheels also well priced if in good condition.
That Model T looks like a heckuva bargain, but I really like the 2 cylinder Tourist pictured right below it. If I didn't already have a couple of 2s I'd go after it.
I talked with Les about the car, and it is an assembled car. It started it's life as a speedster, and then the owner decided to have Ray Wells make a new body for it with a left hand door.
How about all the Stanleys for sale? Seems to be a good number of them.
On my trailer now is the 1914 Touring listed as " Sold " further down in the HCCA Classifieds.
I picked it up on Friday in Angels Camp, CA.
Jim...where's it going? Seemed like a pretty nice car.
First to Texas - then to Florida.
The Seller is helping out the widow and doing so as a favor at no charge.
He knows the car & has been on tour with the current owner(s) who are his friends.
I drove to Angels Camp to look at that car for a friend. There were too many issues with it for the price he was asking.