Just on Craig's List. I saw this centerdoor many years ago, been setting under a lean-to, but its intact. Upholstery is so elaborate, but now in tatters. Would be fine restoration candidate of a rare body style, first year of the sedan.
Owner also has this '15 touring for sale too.
A lot of money for the centerdoor from what is see from one pic.
We only paid 10K for this '19 and I'm the 3rd owner - seems a bit steep.
Might be steep, but if it's a genuine 1915 Centerdoor it's one of only 989 made with many one year only features. Ford made 2417 Coupelets the same year.
Roger's right, if that's what it appears to be , it is one RARE T! So value goes up. But hmm, that much?? I dunno!
If the wood and panels are still good is the big thing. I would say if that is the case 10,000 is not the bad. Although I did buy three center doors for a lot less but like Roger Kalsson and David Dewey say a 15 would be worth more. I would like to have a 15, but I would put the gas tank under the drivers seat.