Just got this one from Orange County Model T Club news letter. I hope the fellow with the Corvair reads this one and gets it.
Just too far away but there are plenty of buyers in CA.
I paid more for an incomplete car without a Ruckstell
Frank, that's a good looking T for the money for sure, but there is a thread where he has been donated parts and services to get his speedster project started.
thanks Gary but he could get this one and trade the donated parts to get anything this one needs.
Guaranteed...the coupe is far less headaches than the Corvair. Experience speaking.
Fabulous deal. $2500 worth of Ruckstell, wheels, and bumpers.
Dang. Linden is only about 45 minutes from where I am. Very tempting, $4,000 and a divorce.
If I weren't so completely broke? I would be VERY tempted! And I certainly do not need a second coupe.
Nice car and you aren't likely to find anything better for the price.
It's probably already sold.
If it isn't it SHOULD be.
That's what you call cheap fun.
Wow! Is the ad from 1975 Frank?
The car has been sold.
Mark you buy it ?
No. I wish I did. The owners wife said she had many inquiries and wished she had asked more for the car.
I hope the buyer appreciates the fantastic deal he got and enjoys the car for awhile. Maybe even a long while. There have been many times in my life when I would have really liked a good deal like that. I paid nearly twice that for my '24 coupe, and was glad to get it.
Mark I was the buyer of the coupe talked about in previous posts. Although it seemed like a super deal I was very disappointed to get it home and during my inspection discovered it had less than a half tank of gas. Buyer Beware!
Cars are never as good in person as they appear in photos!
Still looks like a great deal on a car that should be appreciated!
Unbelievable. I bet what was left wasn't even original.
Wayne this one was better than photos. The sellers were super nice and as an added bonus I found out the car had belonged to her dad who happened to be an old car friend of mine years ago. I feel honored to be the new custodian. It was everything expected and more.