Noticed this too late but did anyone else see it?
From all the enquiries I have had about my Kamper I would have thought this would be of interest to some.
It has an interesting history also,
It was passed in at $4,050,not meeting reserve but could have been purchased at $8375 buy it now.
Still needs work but a good start for someone.
the ebay number is 201012491353
it was on a week or 2 ago too, did not meet reserve
Not quite the same but a similar arrangement above the fenders.
It was re-listed this afternoon, for a 3-day auction.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Ford-Model-T-TRAVELLER-LINCOLN-HIGHWAY-TRIBUTE-HAND-BUIL T-CRAFTSMANSHIP-GREAT-HISTORY-advertisement-/201014789423?forcerrptr=true&hash=i tem2ecd6a452f&item=201014789423&pt=US_Cars_Trucks
Body looks kind of neat, but from some of the shortcuts I see, I wouldn't have much confidence in the what's underneath.
"...attention to detail shows everywhere." As in all those Phillips screws and the plastic wiring? Too bad.
Where on earth did he come up with that seat?
I have seen that type of seats on Ford Tractors
I would think the builder had no previous experience in old cars or the details would be better.
As was noted lousy wiring, and no idea about a seat even the color I would suspect is his own choice rather that what the original was painted and the seat what he was able to find quickly to finally drive it.
His next step after he drove it was probably "Sell it" as the mechanics probably are marginal.
Still at the right price, a vehicle that would attract attention at any car show especially with the history available.
If someone is close by maybe they could gather photo's and a copy of the history for a Vintage Ford article.