He says it's "all original," but well, "period correct" might be a better description. And as far as an old fart like me might be concerned, a 12-volt starter is a plus, not a minus. I don't know this gentleman or anything about him, but I thought someone on the forum might be interested. Anyway, here are the videos:
The differential looks as if it is not from 1915. I t may be a 1916 refitted to look as if it is a 1916 model.
I mean refitted to look like a 1915.
Great looking car.
Wow! I KNOW this guy! I bought my first car from him, my '30 Model A. Joe Todaro, from New York State...can't remember the town. Small world. I recognized the voice and his garage from the lengthy video he did to "test drive" the A that I bought from him basically over the phone after viewing it on Ebay. Good guy. Nice car. I'd buy it if I didn't have as nice a '15 already.