might be good at the price for someone down that way in Florida
Seeing that non safety glass is scary.
Looks like the previous owner ran his tire pressure too low, and that caused a rim cut, that caused that left front tire to come off. The wreck caused him to go thru the windshield. He had to sell the car to pay for doctor bills and band-aids. He recovered but learned a hard lesson about tire pressure and no safety glass.. That's my story and Im sticking to it. ....
Got to show this to the wife if only it weren’t the time of year to pay property taxes... not much extra money
Looks like something u would find at Model T Haven
G.R., don't know how they do it in Florida, but in our county in Ohio we have the option of spreading our tax payments out over 9 monthly billings, makes it a bit easier to budget. Group of 4 months, a month break, then 5 months, then two month break. Sure beats writing a four-figure check twice a year!
If I had time or space for another project, and if it were a thousand miles closer...
Tim : you can make monthly payments but then you have another monthly bill Escrow payments take care of it for my "Homesteaded" property but the rental property is a whole 'nother ball of spit!
Looks a lot better than what I started with and is now my favorite driver. Paid almost that much for mine with a casting date 12 months earlier in 1992!
Could be restored as one of the very rare 1916 T's.
I lust after T's on eBay all the time. If I ever had money I'd have 10 projects going at once.
Dang! the wife made him an offer on my account, I guess she had to twist my arm.