I advertised for a 1918 Coupe. I understand that they are almost impossible to find. So I'm now looking for a 1919, or a 1920. Thanks
Didn't Lang's have an early Coupelet for sale last year at Hershey? Maybe contact them.
There is a 1919 listed right here in the classifieds.
There's a coupe for sale on Facebook. Says it's a 1923 but looks earlier like 1919 or so. Pretty cheap I think.
Erik might post a link for him.
There's one on eBay now.
I would contact the owner with any questions.
Other the the strange seat(couch), it looks ok
Thanks The one on e-bay is in Oregon, I'm in Ok. The shipping would be too high. Thanks
How about the trunk??
I have a nice unrestored 1920 Model T Coupe for sale. The wood is great except the roof slats. The metal is very good, The fenders have the normal dings and dents. It would be easy to restore, or leave it as found. The last time it was on the road was 1956.
Here's a good one owner said he might sell,pm me and I will give you his contact
The trunk on the one in the ebay ad is not right along with wrong fender irons. It would take a lot of work to redo the trunk as they are built into the body not not just an add on like the runabouts.
Louie: Did you get my PM?
ED, ebay coupe has 5 lug demountable wheels in front Firestone type, 4 lug in rear. When I bought my touring car it had same setup!
Here's one in Western Washington - https://seattle.craigslist.org/see/cto/d/1917-model-coupe/6303720608.html
Thanks everybody, I'm still looking. I appreciate all of your help. Again Thanks
The one shown by Randall S appears to be the extremely rare mid '17. If it is available, a rare opportunity.
The craigslist one in Western Washington is not a '17 based upon the location of the door hinges. It doesn't show well in the pictures, but cannot be a '17 with one door hinge near the top of the windows.
Here Is a Picture Of what I believe Is a 1920 Coupe I have for sale. If any one can Identify exactly what year It Is I would be grateful.
The "trunk" looks home made.
The body looks to be all original.
This view might help.
Please post a photo of the door window risers: leather straps or knobbed levers inside a notched channel? If the latter, it's a 1922 Coupe.
Louie, There is a 1919 on ebay with 5 days remaining priced now at $7,000. Said to have older restoration 'Looks pretty nice with 1924 engine.
Thanks,. I'm watching it the problem is it is in Washington state, and I'm in Oklahoma. I would like to find one close so I could look at it before buying. I'm 82yo, and don't want to drive over 500 mi.
Maybe one will show up closer to home.
I agree yours looks original, but I was referring to the coupe in the eBay listing. Sorry that I didn't make that clear.