Nice looking T but not for me. It has one of those pesky hot air pipes on the carburetor!
Why is this '14 not getting any bids?
Folks might be waiting for all the comments on this site as to what is correct and what is not and also to bid at the last minute so they won't get into a early bidding war. A few years ago I would be mighty interested but I have too many project cars now and am trying to down size as probably others are too......
If you have the time, he most interesting one minute of eBay auctions is the last 60 seconds. Amazing the number of snipers out there. An unknowing, well intentioned bidder doesn't stand a chance...IMHO
I didn't see anything glaringly incorrect. The price will go higher.
If that engine number is original to that engine it's a 17 engine
The block serial number being over 2 million kinda glares at me.
The seller states that the engine is not original to the car. That will prevent the car from fetching what a car with correct core components will bring. But you can expect a flurry of activity at the end.
The engine serial number boss is too long for a 1914 six digit number. It is more representative of a 1916 or later 7 digit serial number. I don't think it's a real 1914 block. Nonetheless, it is a nice looking T.
Engine No. and Title No. Don't match
Experienced ebayers don't bid until the last few seconds of the auction. This is done to avoid driving up the price of the item. I let e-snipe do my bidding for me. It automatically places my bid 6 seconds before the end of the auction. Jim Patrick
I would not purchase it.
It has a waterpump!
I love my water pump. Jerry Davis.
That engine number looks suspicious to me: while slanted stamping is common, especially slanting to the left, the slant is usually constant throughout the numbers. The first parts of the number look OK, but the last 3-4 don't!
This '14. model t didn't meet the reserve and didn't sell.
Someone said it was relisted at the starting price of $10,700, the final bid from prior auction.
$11,700 and reserve not met.
I stopped and looked at it last Saturday, engine is 17, and uphol. and top very poorly done. Seats were foam rubber on plywood, then covered. Spokes were needing replaced among many other things. I took money enough to bring it home but choose not to. Robert M
robert; glad I didn't win the bid.