Unable to reach a deal on a car as of today so one last time...
Looking for a 1919-22 or 1926-27 touring car. It has to be in very good condition, black, and running/driving. I'm ready to purchase... Please respond with a picture and price here or to email@example.com
A couple of 26 Tourings just put on T-bay. Not connected with either car.
An easy way to search Amazon, Craigslist, and Ebay is to use SearchTempest. Here is a link I setup for myself:
https://www.searchtempest.com/search?location=30306&maxDist=750®ion_us=1&sear ch_string=%22model+t%22&keytype=adv&Region=na&cityselect=zip&page=0&category=8&h asPic=1&srchType=T&subcat=sss&minAsk=min&maxAsk=max&minYear=min&maxYear=max&q=%2 2intitle%3Amodel+intitle%3At%22+%22image%22++%22for+sale%22
You can take this link, modify it for whatever T you are looking for and the miles out that you are comfortable with buying from, knowing you have to get it that far to your home. I hope this helps you, but if not, I tried.
Jason maybe you should say how far you are looking to travel to look at one. Save peoples time pointing you to cars that are too far away. There is a nice 21 here in the classifieds.
And a pretty sharp 26 Touring on the HCCA site. Located in Montana, not a bad drive from Michigan. My shop in Grand Forks is available if you need to park a car in there overnight on your way back.
There is a 1926 Touring listed in Ft. Wayne Craigslist at $6500. While not everything you want, the price is right and the car looks very solid. Good luck.
Thanks guys! Its been a long search but I finally made a deal on one I've been working with the seller for a month or so. An older restoration but it should clean up nice and tour well.
Although I did find this one on my own I'd like to thank everyone who helped out. I got a lot of response from my ads here and on the facebook page with many different cars or leads presented as well as many responses to questions I posted.
This all started after I was set to buy a Dodge touring car from an older gentleman who decided after 5 weeks to back out of the deal and keep the car instead... Ah well, I'm a T man now!
Lets see the car...and failing that at least tell us what you bought.
Jason, glad to hear you finally found one!! Happy T-ing!
Eric: I don't have the car here at home yet, when I do I'll post some pics in the forum. It's a 1926 touring with wood rims, an older restoration from the 60's based on the "not even close to factory" engine color, lol. It should clean up nice and I won't have to worry about putting some scratches on it from use. I'll go through it when I get it home, probably pull the engine and repaint it, get he coils checked, radiator check up... etc.
Sounds great. I have one with wire wheels. I love the car! You will too. Congratulations and I second, happy T-ing.