Beautiful Red 1910 Tourabout. All original with exception of later carburetor. $30,000 Car is located in Oklahoma. Contact Alfred Buller at 918-424-2407.
phone number correction for 1910 tourabout for sale. cell phone. 918-424-2707.
Eddy. Do you have pictures? History? Regards. Very interested. David Foreman.
David, Yes I do have pictures, but will have to find someone to help me send them. For history of car contact Alfred Buller at 918-424-2707.
What is the serial number and build date?
sideways pictures are useless. It would probably help your cause to post the photos in a more friendly format.
They are not sideways for me.
all 7 photos are right side up for me too. sorry, doug.
My computer shows them all sideways as well; weird.
Sideways as well. Appears to be nice car, though.
Rod, The serial # is 29717 and the build date is July 8th. The car is currently owned by Alfred Buller 918-424-2707. He purchased the car from a former HCCA board member, John T. Mitchell. Hope this is helpful. Ed
Sideways for me and poor lighting as well. Looks like a very nice car.
This is a very nice looking car. Pictures were sideways for me also, but I just clicked on each photo and saved them to 'my pictures" and viewed them there. Took about 15 seconds to accomplish that. and in "my pictures" I can zoom in to see the details. Some people are not professional photographers or computer gurus. The photos were plenty good enough for me to know if I had the money I would be going to Oklahoma to look at it. Good luck with the sale of a very nice looking car. have fun and be safe ....
Chris, Thank you for reposting the picture. I don't have enough computer skills to do something like that. Ed
Images appear correct when viewed on Iphone 7.
Images are sideways when viewed on Chrome OS netbook.
Either way - that is a nice T .....
1910 Tourabout is still for sale.
It would be helpful to know how much of the chassis parts are 1910. Ie pan, hogshead, front axle components, torque tube, rear end housings etc. You provided the engine number and it appears the rear end and front end are correct, but it would be nice to see it in print. It makes a difference to a prospective buyer.
Richard, Alfred assures me that all parts of the car are correct with the exception of the carburetor. Ed
Given the vertical strip in the center of the rear seat is this not perhaps also a Canadian car?
Tim, I contacted Alfred and as far as he knows it is not a Canadian car. It's my understanding that the back seats on a tourabout were the same as the front seat. Ed
Okay, just curious is all. It does mention this strip in the Canadian section of the latest Judging/Restoration guidelines is all, and doesn't mention it in the "USA section".
Tim, This certainly raises my curiosity. Ed
Ed well either way it's a nice car. If it's canadian, it's like..so what? Right?
Eh? Or is it A?
As a collector, it would be important to know the origin. It is a nice T.
With respect to the vertical strip, the back of the rear seat on a Canadian touring car is smooth across it's width with the vertical strip (belt) on its surface in the middle.
A 1910 Tourabout made in the U.S. uses for a rear seat the same seat assembly as the single-seated Runabout. The Runabout seat is concave on its center-back and seamed with a vertical piece of trim at that point. They are completely different seat assemblies and in this case, the vertical piece of trim is not unique to a Canadian built car.
Walter, Thank you for settling this question. Ed
There's a good example of a Canadian touring rear seat with the vertical strip in this current thread. Scroll down to the only post made on December 9th. It clearly shows the difference between the Tourabout and Canadian Touring:
FWIW here is 1910 Tourabout #9262, with clearly a different strip across the back. I'm sure this one is a US build.
#9262 was well advertised and sold recently. It has rear doors and is a Touring Car. Tourabouts don't have rear doors.
Yep Walt, you're right! Sometimes I can't read! The ad did say Touring. Always something to learn here!
It's all good, nobody got hurt!