If its engine and trans and rear axle are in good shape than yes, but not much more money should be spent on it without know alot more about the true condition of the car. It is for one a fabbed up speedster body, and its kinda has a nice look to it. I like it, cool little car!
This week I saw an ad for that car on Craigslist.
It should be fairly to find if you search for it.
The cowl, the seats, the gas tank, and tank supports are from a speedster body kit from Syverson Cabinet Company. Not the base. Just so you know its not super old.
This car is here,
If you like $7000 Speedster projects, here's another one. I like the celebrity name and WalMart tool box
I see why the seat is on the plastic tote, so you aren't doing the hanging monkey off the steering wheel!
That seat looks far back, I don't know if at 5'9" if I could reach the pedals.
I guess...if you want a speedster. This looks more like a kit car than other more period correct speedsters I have seen.
I'd never pay that though, since you can get a nice original driver for the same money.
Well, it is "all original".
Words are supposed to mean something. I really hate the way this "computer generation" throws key words and phrases around until they become meaningless.
That car is not an original, and certainly not "all original".
It is a nice brass era speedster. However, it is a remake, and not a style that I personally would prefer.
What is it worth? It could be worth 7K if the engine is a pre-'16 so that the car would qualify for the HCCA. The head looks like a later high head. The pedals look like later style. It does appear to have a non-generator block, so maybe? If the engine is later (even a year or a few days too late), that would devalue the car quite a bit.
The steering column is also later. In all, it looks like a nice car, but a mix of parts.
An "all original" model T it is not.
After all that. I would love to follow it on a tour through many miles of country roads. I like it enough.
Drive carefully, and enjoy, W2