This is an example of an early coupe, 1919-1922+ with suicide doors and non-removeable door posts. It is titled as a 1917 and has what I think is a 1917 Canadian engine and the car was purported to be from Canada. I believe it was built in the 60s. Blue body and interior and black fenders, AC brakes. This car has a well engineered front mount starter that can be removed with no evidence of it ever being there. This is a great parade/tour car or an excellent start for a correct restoration. I am selling it for a non-T acquaintance. $6000/OBO
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Kurt. Can You post pictures. The front mount starter is of interest to owners of pre starter models, does it have a separate generator or use the starter for a generator.
Kurt. Can You post pictures. The front mount starter system is of interest to owners of early pre starter cars. Does the car have a separate generator or use the starter for charging the battery.
I'd like to see some pictures, Kurt.