This was on c-list as a 1924 which is what's on the title. Belonged to the guy's grandfather. It's got a bucket load wrong, but it's a very nice 13 body running board and rear fenders with no bondo or lead.On an early frame with a 24 motor that runs great T202 ft axel but wrong spindles, wrong rear end, tube and wheels and a lot more. I'll be looking for a lot of parts. Notice the 16 firewall used a hood former.
How about a link to the ad? Someone might be interested and we have no idea where you live to even start looking. Your profile is blank on that subject.
Bob is in the Northeast Texas town of Atlanta, but its closer to Northern Louisiana or Southwestern Arkansas, than the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex and notice he said "I'll be looking for a lot of parts". Sounds to me like he's already scooped it up.
The hard thing to find is s good 13 body. Looks nice in the pictures. Hope you got it Bob!
Sorry for the misunderstanding, The car was in Hobart OK, I bought and brought it Atlanta TX. It was in the Oklahoma City C-list for about 2 weeks. It has the rear doors support and has the correct steering column but at some point someone filed heads of the rivets off, I guess to make it look like a later. Just stuff like that, that makes you scratch your head.
Would be a fun car just like it is, or you could gather additional 13 parts if you wanted to.
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Bob, If you got it for a song and a dance, you may want to make us all jealous by stating the purchase price here.
Bob, check the mounting flange of the steering column at the fire wall. It should have four bolts but the bottom right bolt is offset. I believe this is only found on 1913. Dick C.
The 1912 column has the same offset column hole pattern.
It has real nice head lights, the column has the offset bolt. The frame has the long rear cross member, but Bruce says this was changed early in 13. I'm making some brake rods, I'll post pictures soon. Thanks for the help and support.