but the wife wants to look at it
Another look what I've got home made doo-dad. It might have been worth that price with the original body.
IF you could negotiate a slightly lower price, you could sell that wood body and buy a Rootleib one.
Depends on what if any 1914 parts are there. Maybe 3-5,000 and the condition of the motor etc. It's cute but not that price cute.
He's trying to get back some of what he spent on it.
It is all about the pink!
Pink paint has to be expensive..
I wonder if the pink birdhouse comes with it!
Where are the flamingos?
Maybe it's a Mary Kay car.....
If he wanted to make it a Texaco pickup he should have painted Texaco red. It would sell better.
Is it just me or does the paint look like it has reverse measles?
Is that a wide track? Jim
I wouldn't judge the color too much by this picture until you see the car. When I found my speedster on ebay, there were many pictures, and they all showed a weird shade of green. When I actually saw the car (before bidding) it was actually a completely different - and much nicer - color.
How easy it is to throw the muck
When it's not our model car or truck,
The color matters not I say
You'll probably paint it anyway,
The price depends if your the buyer or seller
So why chastise the other feller,
I have seen some cars here that look so funny
But I smile and say that's their money,
And when you sell yours some day
I hope your treated in a kinder way.
I have no connection with the seller or the e-bay ad
Some comments here just make me sad.
Right on, Dennis!
Many Model T's had purpose built bodies in the day and the builder of this truck no doubt built it to suit his purpose.
G.R., if the wife likes it, go for it!