WOW !!!! I want it, I want it, I want it Please .. Purty Please ..
How much snow do you get in Arkansas?
Donnie, all it takes is a little check or a trip to the bank to get a loan. I agree, it's pretty! It would cause quite a commotion on the snowmobile trails of the Black Hills
Anyone know what kind of pickup that outside oiler uses?
I love it but we haven't had rain much less snow in 14 weeks. We have wild fires burning in every county except ours within 50miles. Not sure we will see snow this year. Really cool snow T..
Goodness! That would be fun around here as I live a half a block from the snowmobile corridor trail. Something tells me that DNR would throw a fit if I tried to take that down the trail and wouldn't allow me to register it anyways.
Dave, Sometimes, we actually do get a few really big snows in the Ozark Mountains of Arkansas. I have seen a foot or more several times and 4 to 6 inches is fairly common. We usually have one or two "snow events" per year. But, in our part of the world, we do not have much of a "snow removal system" When it snows on our roads it could be a couple days till you see a snow plow, and if you are on side roads, you will "never" see a snow plow. They take care of the main roads and that's about it. But its just such a nice one... Noel, I have a check book and a "open, standing loan at the bank" that I can use anytime, but the divorce would be the thing that makes it out of my budget. ..
Ouch if $30k "buy it now" is priced to move I just got priced out of the T hobby. Maybe I should sell all those snowmobile parts I have been acquiring for the past few years; they are apparently worth more than everything else in my garage combined -of course theirs is a whole lot shineyer than even my one shiney car.
On a different note, I see the restoration tag from Brian Moriarty, that would certainly be the person to have restoring a snowmobile! Looking at the Volo auto museum web page it looks like a big for profit type of thing. They seem to have both a T and A snowmobile in the collection as well. Does anyone find it odd that the museum (or someone) had this restored in 2015 and is selling it before the winter of 2016?
I know nothing about Volo, but I do know that museums often struggle to keep the lights on.
Alternative income sources to door receipts are a real boost to financial viability.
It likely cost well above $30K to accomplish this restoration. Outstanding car, brilliant eBay advertisement. I hope someone buys it and enjoys it.
Volo's prices are always high once you have the chance to look at the condition of what they are selling. This car might not follow that rule however.
I love my Ts, but for snowmobiling (Ken are you listening, I'm just saying) I'll definitely take this Fordson Snowmobile!
Perfect for Florida winters!
This is one T I couldn't get past my wife... you see she is a lot smarter than I... That said I wouldn't mind going down the beach in this to pick up trash... (sand tracks)
This is one that I would love to have...
The elusive "5 door" T
This is why I don't trust college kids.
The Volo Auto Museum sounds like an
Cars on Display ?
KITT from Knight Rider
Super Pursuit KITT from Knight Rider TV show
Ecto-1 from Ghostbusters
Bonnie and Clyde movie death car
Charger from Fast and Furious
Nostromo Survey Buggy from the film Alien
Aston Martin from the James Bond film Die Another Day
Bluesmobile from The Blues Brothers
The General Lee from The Dukes of Hazzard television show
Replica DeLorean from Back to the Future
If the Chicago Cubs were to win the 2015 World Series (as predicted in Back to the Future Part II), the museum was to have a drawing and give the car away to a fan.
Replica hoverboard from Back to the Future Part II
If the Chicago Cubs do not win the World Series in 2015, the hoverboard will be given away instead.
Eleanor Mustang from the film Gone In 60 Seconds
Interceptor from the film Mad Max
Black Beauty from "Green Hornet"
Greased Lightning car
Ghost Rider motorcycle
replica DRAG-U-LA from The Munsters
Munsters' Koach from "The Munsters"
Christine from Christine
replica van from Scooby-Doo
Authentic Barris Batmobile of TV's Batman
18-wheel tractor-trailer (Trailer is labeled "(S)Laughter is the best medicine") driven by the Joker in The Dark Knight
the Ferrari Daytona replica driven by Don Johnson in Miami Vice
Barricade from the "Transformers" movie
Bumblebee from the "Transformers" movie
Lotus from "Pretty Women" film
Beverly Hillbillies jalopy
Arnold's Hearse from the film Terminator 3
Michael Andretti's Indy 500 race car
Lightning McQueen from the film "Cars"
Mater from the film "Cars"
The Cat in the Hat Car from the Mike Meyers Cat in the Hat movie
Speed Racer's Mach 5
Teenage Ninja Mutant Turtles' van
Bugs Buggy Karrot car
Truckasauras Dinosaur truck
Pee Wee Herman's bike from the film Pee Wee's Great Adventure
Herbie The Love Bug from the film Fully Loaded
Dick Tracy car
Tribute to Elvis car
Tribute to Marilyn car
Tribute to James Dean car
Tribute to Charlie Chaplain car
Roller Skate car
Soul train car
Won't look across at a red light and see another looking back at ya.....lol