It would look so nice next to my 14
If it's as good as it looks in the pictures, not a bad deal. The guy says he's willing to discuss the price, so it may be an even better deal.
Something is wrong with the top bows. Left side
Wow. I REALLY wish I had a little more money. It is only a couple hours drive from me. I would love to just drive it home.
Larry C, Have you sold your '14 yet?
Drive carefully, and enjoy, W2
A good deal for a 14. Looks like it has demountable rims on it. Not a big deal for someone who wants a 14 and practicality. That's the reason for the demountable rims on it I guess.
When you look at it in person and if there is a way to check out the wood in it its well worth at least the asking price. Hopefully it would have the correct engine in it.
A close up inspection would tell the story.
Cant go wrong with that, bargain for the enclosed trailer to go with it. Who is going to be the lucky buyer?
That would be a fun drive home from San Francisco to Portland Or! I like it and wish I could buy it but alas, no money.
I would not think it will last long, someone will have it before the day is over at that price.
It's got 1919 wheels on it which are incorrect.
It would be nice if someone in the general area could check it out for me! I would really love to make an offer on it, but don't feel comfortable doing so without a little more info. Anybody willing to check it out for me????
Later wheels are not incorrect, but earlier wheels on a later car would be incorrect. Many owners replaced the wheels after a few years wear, or because they liked the demountable wheels. The parts were available from Ford dealers during Model T period.
The car sold on Sunday afternoon to someone in San Fran.
I understand that Norman but, that still doesn't make the car factory correct.