http://www.ebay.com/itm/Ford-Model-T-Tourabout-1910-ford-model-t-tourabout-aaca- nat-l-first-/141362019665?forcerrptr=true&hash=item20e9d53d51&item=141362019665& pt=US_Cars_Trucks
See now, that's the kind of car on which one does not mount RM brakes, an electric starter or an ahoogha horn!
Aint that the one that's been on e-bay like two times already? It sure is a nice car. He probably wants a good 45-50K for it.
Good looking car.
It was on the Horseless Carriage site with an asking price of, I believe, about $48,000. It is a beautiful car, but there are some items that I noticed. The engine has a later front plate and the running boards are 1909 style. The six rivet rear axle has the roller pinion bearing that according to Bruce's book came about around car number 18,000 so it would appear that it is not original to the car. The speedometer is the later style Stewart 26. Previous pictures showed a body tag numbered 6361. I do not see any pictures of the body tag in this listing.
It is a good looking car and certainly would look good in any of our garages.