I just got a 1923-4 roadster. It has original top and interior with John Deere Paint. It had been in storage in a garage with a big hole in the roof. the windshield and 2 fenders and deck were taken off and can not be found. The old guy died and did not tell anybody where the parts were, Oh well.
Ive seen worse!
Looks like a '22 or earlier roadster. .
Peter saw it before I did. I agree about the age. Low bead line for the deck on the back of the bucket and the top saddle "up and over" style.
Poor little sweetheart. Uff da.
I gotta admit I like it tho. It's just the type of clunker I'd give love to.
What is/was all that yuck on the floor mat?
Ooh, I missed the running board brackets and the rad apron. There are details in your car that are missing from mine.
Is there a makers mark on the top of the I on your heel kick panel?
Would not bring it into the shop until after it had been thoroughly cleaned, maybe even power washed. Would have stopped at a car wash on the way home. Nasty stuff in the animal wastes.
Looks like a great project. Have fun
Steel firewall, high radiator.
Oh she's beautiful. Glad to see I'm not the only greenie out there. A bit of pressure washing, some of the Flood preservative, and your good to go.
Appears to be a low cowl with a steel fire wall. Looks like the wire harness comes out under the terminal block- so 23 or earlier.
From here, it looks like a low radiator '23 as Tim said. Kind of hard to tell from the pictures though. JMHO Dave
Reminds me of that '13 touring that was posted a few days ago.
Hi Jim Fisher, Do you want to sell your left side? It is a low radiator, I miss measured, it was late. Thanks
Great ride. Very cool.
Hi, Went back today and found the rest of the parts way up in the attic of an old building.
Thats good news Bob. Welcome to the " green T " club