http://www.ebay.com/itm/Ford-Model-T-SPEEDSTER-1927-ford-model-t-speedster-origi nal-faultless-body-roof-type-c-engine-no-/151382863209?forcerrptr=true&hash=item 233f1f2d69&item=151382863209&pt=US_Cars_Trucks
Good looking car, should be well worth the minimum bid and should go for a little more.
It looks fast. I wonder if it will stop fast?
The title says "no reserve", but since the bidding has to start at $25K it seems like it's the same to me as setting a $25K reserve, am I mistaken?
The way I understand it, it's close but not exactly the same. With a minimum starting bid, no bid for a lesser amount may be entered, but the car sells even if there's only one bid. If, on the other hand, there is no minimum bid but the seller has a $25,000 reserve, then bids will probably start at a lesser amount. He has no obligation to accept less than the reserve. However, if the highest bid he gets is say $24,000 he has the option of accepting it.
Looks like it was relisted at a lower price
It sounds healthy too.