RED - BEAUTIFUL.
I can send pictures as text on phone or email but I don't know how to post them here.
RED - BEAUTIFUL
I can forward pictures on phone text or email but I don't know how to post them here.
sent you a pm... email didn't work for me... Thank you Dave
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as I understand, some bum already swooped in and got it!You snooze....you loose!
If you're the buyer, please contact me. I'll email a packet of Maxwell information that will help you enjoy your new toy. Welcome to the joy of owning a "Perfectly Simple, Simply Perfect" car. The AA Maxwell is a nice addition to any Model T owner's garage.
Call owner for more details
OOPS - wrong #
Did it sell? I don't want to bother the owner since I cannot buy anything these days, as much as I wish I could run after this.
Sounds pretty cheap for a restored 1910 Maxwell, or maybe they go for less than T's!
Regrettably, the owner told me on the phone he has withdrawn his offer to sell this/these item(s).
As Agent, I pledge to keep your contact information and in the event circumstances change, I will let you know.
Yeah, I thought it sounded too good to be true; no way a fully restored 1910 Maxwell is going to go for so cheap.
That was a 20-25K car... more if all the correct components were present (Splitdorf magneto, coil, etc.)
Here are the pictures I was sent. Defiantly too good to be true.
I think it's possible that may actually be a 1911 AB. The wheelbase looks too long for the AA and I can't remember if the AA had the embossed bead in the heel panel like the AB's do. I know the 1909 cars were plain. It's also missing the serial tag, which should be under the front seat on the heel panel... or at least I may see it in the wrong location on the side of the frame. When the serial tag is missing or moved, that's always a warning bell. It's missing the tool box too.
I asked the owner for pics of the engine and dash within 5 minutes of this ad hitting the forum a few days ago. I thought a 1910 would be a good addition sitting next to my 1911 AB.
I got a text with the same three pics but nothing else. Scam, most likely, and while the sum of the parts were certainly worth 16K, that car would have to be gone over very thoroughly to authenticate it. Maxwell cars are notorious for being the sum of a couple years put together. Much like the Model T's.
Different car but same owner backed out deal, even the same wording.