I have no connection to this ad. Saw it on Sioux Falls Craigslist.
Oh, that's tempting and I actually have the money. But the cost of transport..........
Huh, it has an aluminum crank handle. I thought those went out in early 1914 sometime?
Ben, I believe you are correct.
If the engine is correct, this looks like a steal to me...
Wire wheels, Hasslers, what else? Really not paying much for the basic auto, Good buy, even without the top. Nice car for a southerner!
The pan looks wrong to me, but it's hard to tell on any of the other details. Windshield is correct, which many "1915" cars have wrong.
Look closely at the photos. I think I see a shift lever on the inside with a ball on it. If you look at the rear end, I think I am seeing some type of accessory, driveshaft gearbox in front of the rear end.
The body looks really straight too. It looks like super duper bargain to me!
Anybody checked on this? Noticed no phone number only email for contact. Hmmmmm... If it looks too good to be true.......
It looks like it may have a half moon cutout on the bottom edge of the cowl pointing to a 1917?
I stand corrected. There is a phone number if you click on show contact information. Just might be the deal of the century......
I tried the number a couple of hours ago with no answer.
I just went to look at the listing and it has been deleted.
Must have sold.... I checked on transportation today, but couldn't find any takers to haul it, that was a good deal for someone, just the wrong time of year for me to travel to the upper mid west to get it.