Saw this earlier on jalopy journal
Nice except for the dorky upside down horn. Seems like a decent deal too.
Yeah...I'd take that. Wonder what it would cost me though to get it shipped from California to New York?
Rick, check with Freighter Jim. Bet it'd be less than you'd think despite all the distance.
What a deal! Asking $18K and comes with a spare rebuilt 1914 block.
And not to me, unfortunately.
Rick told me about it, and I told a good friend, and he bought it! The best part is he only lives 15 minutes away.
Royce, not only that, but it's a '15 horn! All these people need to do is look at a factory photo of a T, and it should be a no brainer!
Rick...I learned the hard way about losing out on good deals. Gotta strike fast while the iron's hot.
Yep your right Tim hit them while they're hot !
I thought I had the car tied up and bought until last Sunday. I talked to the Owner (Brian) twice on Friday missed his call Saturday after noon it sold that evening or Sunday evening, someone walked up with cash in hand. Oh well life goes on I didn't need it anyways but I wanted it...
Steve, sorry about your bad luck. That's my middle name, followed by procrastinator. When you're ready, you'll find one!
WhAt a nice old T. I would think you would spend more buying a car and building it not counting the engine @18k. Nice!!!
Guys, I helped the new owner unload the T this morning. It's a cool little car, and is quite nice as well. There are a number of issues with it, that to me are trivial, but to the owner are monumental! I believe he will enjoy the car as he progresses with it. I've been looking for a '13-14 runabout for him for a year, and now I can concentrate on my own project, a '13 runabout!