What are "two TSD's"?
T, Sedan, Doctor's.
Guy must have been ex-military
Quite a serial number spread for a pair of new cars.
T S D
Common Ford price list nomenclature.
Touring, with Starter and Demountable wheels.
Both are 1926, so were fitted with 21" wood spoke demountable wheels.
But maybe again..???? Not real clear on that Invoice....a 1926 Touring with Starter and Demountable 30" clincher listed at $395!
Based on the prices shown in that Invoice, the writer used the S to perhaps mean Standard, as the price is shown at $316.
The price for a Standard touring, that is without starter and plain clinchers is the lowest at $310 in April of 1926.
Appears these then had Demountable 30"clincher wheels, but not the 21" balloon as those would cost more.
A Standard Touring (no starter) and Demountable 30" clinchers is shown below at $330.
Or else that dealer gave a heck of a discount to by two Fords that day, if they were Tourings, with Starters, and with Demountable 30" clinchers.
Demountable 21 Balloon wheels cost even more, as a Touring with Starter and Balloon Tires listed at $420 and a plain Touring , no starter, but with Balloon tires listed at $355.
1. J.R. Duncan Motor Company
dealership license to open a Ford
Agency in Douglasville. That
year, they built a large cream-
colored brick building with half-
corinthian columns. They sold
Ford cars and tractors.
According to a
advertisement, a Ford Touring
Car could be purchased for $471.25 and a new Roadster could be
bought for $421.75. I ran across this after I had owned my !913 roadster for some 30 years. The roadster body came out from under the house crawl space of the original Ford dealer in Douglasville Georgia. That was all I knew until the internet.