I had a flat tire on the trailer yesterday morning. Turned out to be a #10 sheetrock screw. Spent two hours at Discount Tire getting it fixed for free. So I was last in line for the stampede to the buildings. This was very disorganized compared to past years, and there frankly was a lot of chaos.
There were some interesting cars in line for the entrance, and of course trailers full of rusty treasure.
Solid unrestored '21 coupe on a trailer going in:
Asking price on this '26 Runabout / pickup was a bit high considering the condition:
Wallace Wade tire company unloading:
I bought an ECCT - Electric Powered Coil Tester.
Thanks for the pictures, please add more including asking prices
The coupe looks like it could be a '24 with front hinged doors and 30" rims?
I think you are right Roger It does look like a high cowl.
Looks like a '24 from here too. It appears to have a seperate belt molding around the sides and back. The '25 coupes have the molding formed as part of the upper part of the body, as far as I have been able to find out. Dave
My '25 Coupe has a two piece rear belt molding similar to what they used on the model A Sport Coupes. Only the cowl has the molding stamped integral with the sheet metal.
And thanks for the photos Royce. I wish I was there.
On the 24 25 coupe body is setting on a "rolling" chassis. It is very straight