I've had this coupe out here for sale and never even got an offer. It's a nice little car that you can get in and drive away. I was wondering what these were actually selling for. I did a search on them in my 3 state area and found the cheapest one and priced mine $1000 under that particular one. Are these cars not selling like thy used to.
If we weren't on opposite ends of the country I would be interested.
Randy, no offense but here's a little advice...take an afternoon and give it some good old fashioned elbow grease! You'd be surprised how much better response (usually) a clean, fairly shiny car gets as opposed to one with years of dust and dirt on it. A good wash job and polish it (I prefer Wizards Shine Master-really makes even bad paint look good) will go a long way to the curb appeal! It is a nice car and ought to get some action. Just sayin'
Please state your asking price.
What year and title status!
Here is another perspective on appearance ...
I kinda like it just the way it sits ...
You know what you are getting - it looks like a driven car ....
Here is a You Tube link to the Model T running:
We had one that was fully restored in Wichita,KS, about 1-1/2 years ago. It was for sale for a couple of months. The asking price was $7,500. I assume it sold for that or less. I don't have pictures but it was a nice, pretty authentic, restoration.