I already have more than $5500 into mine and it's not even ready to drive yet...Granted, I am basically replacing or rebuilding everything, but this would have been a better project to start with.... If I didn't have enough projects I would buy it!!!!
Overall complete but "needs some cosmetic work and some engine work" could mean a lot of things
No doubt it needs some mechanical work, but looks like an OK deal for the price.
Yes, it's a better deal than I got if the driveline isn't badly broken. Mine is a '24 or I'd consider that one to combine parts until both are completed.
It's a deal. They all need all little love at this point. Tim
That doesn't look like a bad deal at all.
Seems like a really good deal.
I do volunteer work with a veteran's program that mentors/works with post-service
vets that show an interest in agriculture. There is a emphasis on vets with PTSD issues.
The program is centered on organic farming and spans from farm to fork, everything
from seeding, land prep, and irrigation, to distro, restauranting, and culinary skills. We
have a model farm, and classrooms at the Conservation District offices. My angle is
largely support out at the farm and promotion, wherever I can do it. The TT is a natural
for this and gets lots of attention and questions about the program. I am working with
a transition officer in placing vets getting out of the service that show an interest in my
field of work. Last week we had an open house out at the farm and this fellow saw the
truck but did not say anything. I had to call him today, and the first thing out of his mouth
was to ask if that truck was mine. This led into a long conversation about Model T's and
the cost vs. jollies ratio that T's give over other types of vehicles. It would be hard to
name a type of old car that can be bought and enjoyed for less money and with less parts
issues than a T. And this car is a perfect example of that.
We may have a new T nut in our group soon.