These are too far away for me but at no reserve may be a good start for someone on the forum near Oregon or South Carolina.
1926 touring under 7000 OREGON
1927 in South Carolina under 7000
Great news for buyers. Not so good for sellers. Is anyone keeping track of the selling prices on these cars? It would be great reference for future appraisals.
Low front tire on the second one.
The Oregon car looks like a great buy if it goes for anything close to the current bid. The front seat needs work, but the aux transmission, speedometer, and set of wire wheels more than make up for that.
It has a Ruckstell.
A fine looking car. Even has bumpers as well as the Ruckstell
the car in S.C has been on Craigslist @ west va. the last couple of months.
I should have noticed the Ruckstell. One of the pictures shows it clearly.
The one in Oregon is from the same seller that listed the 1912 Touring.
The 26 in OR I have seen and it is very original and in very well kept condition. I would buy it if I were in the market.