While on my bike ride today, I saw a 1931 Model A Ford Roadster in the driveway of a house near the trail, so I rode over to take a look.
The gentleman with the car said it wasn't his, he was just doing some bodywork on it for the owner.
When I mentioned that I had a 1924 Model T, he said that he had a friend in North Carolina that used to work for Petty Enterprises and who had a pair of Model T projects he was trying to sell. I told him if he would give me the info, I would post it here to see if anyone was interested.
One project car is a 1918 without a title (don't know the body style) and the other is a 1924 open car (don't know if it was a touring or runabout) with a clear title (and a copy of the original 1924 title). I was told that the seller wants $2500.00 for BOTH cars.
The cars and seller are in North Carolina, the seller's name is Scott Kuhn. All I have is his phone number, 336-254-7833.
I don't need another project, but maybe someone else here does, give Scott a call!
One bump, then this ad sinks into obscurity....
Wow. Whoever gets those will be lucky!
The guy needs to post some pics...then maybe they'll sell.
Next time the guy's friend happens to be outside when I ride my bike on the trail, I'll stop and ask him if either of the guy's cars sold.
They are both in Ohio. The 18 was a nice late 26 chassis that runs nice and a early 23 low cowl touring with some really nice sheet metal.
They are both in Ohio. The 18 was a nice late 26 chassis that runs nice and a early 23 low cowl touring with some really nice sheet metal.I picked up the phone on May 5 and found out they were in southern Illinois. Scott was a nice guy and great to deal with.
Well, there's your answer - they both sold.