The wife and I went on a 3 week vacation in our new to us motor home. When we got back I went through Ebay and found a Fodor 26 that I thought I recognized. Called the guy that I thought it belonged to and yep it was his. We completed the sale today.
We currently own a 25 Tudor and a 25 Touring but the wife does not like the passenger seat in the Tudor so wanted a Fodor.
I know the restorer of this car and have complete faith in his work. He is a regular poster on this forum but I will leave it up to him to reveal himself if he wants to.
He had it on Ebay but let me tell you, you guys missed out on a fine car. We will be using this car on many tours as we like the closed car a little more than the touring.
I am so excited!
This interior was hand sewn on a treadle sewing machine by the young guy that restored this car.
These pictures are from the Ebay listing as I need to clear a space to bring it home. That will be done next week. Link to the Ebay listing below.
Congratulations. It looks like a great car. Enjoy.
It looks very good. If you live in fairly flat country it will be a good car to drive. They do still have the tank under the seat, so you need to keep it full for hill climbing.
Congrats Steven. Great looking car. I really like the Fordor. I had my Runabout out all day today but, it might be my last drive for the year. If I had a car like yours, I would be driving until the salt hits the roads. Gotta get one someday.
That's a two Thum's up.
Norm, I know about that gas problem with my Touring. Been there, done that.