For Sale 1917 Roadster/ Roadster Pickup Fresh restoration, has been to two shows, won top 50 out of 500 and won best model T /A At antique auto show.
Mechanical restoration, axles, bearings etc. new babbit and bored, engine rebuilt. Block casting May, 1917, serial lists as June 1917.
Complete body restoration with wood replaced as necessary, all sheet metal original except rear panel and splash shields. This is a crank only car, no starter or generator. Coils rebuilt by Ron Patterson, runs well on mag. Has "hotshot" battery fir starting. Rebuilt NH by Potter's. New interior and top with roll up rear window. from Clastique, bows from Jack Daron. New gas tank, valve etc. new 30x 3 1/2 non demountables on excellent original wheels. New accessory pickup body,nicely varnished . Have original turtle deck, needs to be painted, original wood floor in turtle deck. Professional black paint job has wireless signals by egypt garage. New wood steering wheel. NOS runnong board tool box
Over 17000 invested plus hundreds of hours of work. , over 7500 in receipts. Asking 14000 and will consider reasonable offers. Car is registered and insured in my name so transfer is no problem. NY does not title prior to 1973 a transferrable registration is used. Buyer responsible for pickup in Saugerties, NY and responsible for all transport costs, car is 100 years old and is sold in as-is condition, please email for. More information., pics, and videos Thanks
Price drop to $13000.00
Link to engine running video
Michael..that's a great little truck there. Can't believe it hasn't flown off the shelf. Definitely a fair price. Keep it advertised as such...there's a buyer for it somewhere. Lotta stress around the entire country ATM, I think it's slowing things down a bit. It'll pick up! Pun intended!
Just showed this car to an interested party, car wasn't run since beginning of August. Starts right up and runs great. Wish I was in a position to keep it, but hopefully it will find a home with a model T enthusiast
Would consider $12,500 without turtle deck
can some kind soul please educate a newbie? what do "bump" and "ttt" mean?
bump means bump to the top. ttt means to the top. Whenever anyone posts on a thread, that thread goes to the top of the list.
I'm very surprise this nice truck didn't sold yet... I'm sure some one will buy it very soon. If not I will cross the border and Buy it.
Come on down ....
Bump. Hate to put this on T bay, would
rather a MTFCA member gets it....