I am selling a 1932 Packard 902 Victoria Coupe. It's not appropriate to post it here, but I have been looking for a brass T and would consider a partial trade of some sort for a T.
The Packard is listed on the AACA Cars for Sale forum.
You might post a link to the ad.
Would like to see a picture of it...
Here's the link. Right now it's the first in the text only lineup, after the picture ads.
Scott, it may help a T owner contemplating a potential swap if you indicate how much cash you are willing to contribute to balance the deal.
Allan from down under.
Thanks for the correct link Bob! I can't read apparently! I thought it said HCCA, not AACA! duuhh.
Allan, given the potential value of the Packard I think the cash contribution would be the opposite.
Thanks for posting the link, guys. I didn't want to be inappropriately selling a non-Model T on this forum.
I do need to get some cash out of any deal, Model T or not. But I'm thinking of a T which might be valued up to about $30k. Not really interested in some of these $60,000 Model T's that you see advertised now and then !
Scott you should have a chat with Tom Laferriere if you haven't already. Both a T or other brass car, maybe even a bit more than a T but not in same price range as your car would work.
Bought, traded and consigned with Tom over the years, he is top notch. GLWS, that is a very nice car over on aaca forum.
I mean could work, not presuming to know what you want next, Scott!
With the wide range of prices depending on year, model, brand or type, you might take some time to figure what year(s)/what you are looking for. The amount you are listing your car for and your target split between a car and cash, my guess is you might be looking for one maybe 1914 Model T or earlier. (?) You might be better off selling your car first and having money to work with rather then trying to find someone that has a car and $30-40,000 (+/-) to work with.
Very nice Packard by the way.
Sorry Tim. I keep forgetting that the US sense of humour often misses tongue-in-cheek understatement. It would be a sad Packard which was not more valuable than most T's.
Allan from down under.
if i had a packard like that i could never go to a mod t!!!!!. i had a few packards i when i lived in calf. in the 60s. but was to dumb to keep them lol. charley
Oh Allan, that was a great laugh. I appreciate your humor.
LOL Allan, read it a it got by me.
Allan - I got it when you first posted and damn near spit my coffee out laughing!!
All good Allan!! I kind of wondered...me takes things way too seriously some times!!