Oh crap, another one followed me home yesterday. Maybe if I don't feed it, it will go back to where it came from.
Make it run and drive that baby
I am thinking, sell it so I can get the other two done.
You can send it to my house, mine needs company
Might want to spread some kitty litter on the driveway. I think they follow each other's oil trails.
Where did it come from? The tag on the car is interesting. It is one of the first iteration of Antique Auto Tags issued in GA. It would have been the 781st antique tag issued, probably in the mid 1960's. I know my dad had a couple of cars with 3 digit tags. I am not sure exactly when Georgia changed to the current version of the Antique Auto tag.
The car came from Georgia in '63 to North Carolina. It has been sitting in a garage for over 50 years. The previous owner never did anything with it, and is now deceased. Now I need to decide what to do with it. It is T number 3 for me, and one of them has got to go. I am out of room.
I like it! If I had the space to store it, I would be talking with you about it.
Is it a '24 or '25?
Yeah, they do that.
hey Darryl if you decide to sell I am interested
Larry, The previous owner thought it was a '23, But the serial number is Dec. 22nd 1924, Making it a '25. When this was restored in the late '50's Georgia didn't issue titles for old cars. I am guessing it wasn't as easy to track VIN numbers at that time, and that is how it came to be known as a '23. It would appear the engine is original to the car.
Randall, I need to decide what I am going to do with this car. Should I decide to sell it, I will give you first chance at it. Thanks.
It would make sense that the tag was put on the car around 1963. Georgia didn't have title laws until 1964. We can register our antique cars in Georgia with a bill of sale.
Looks like a very good car. Interesting that it sat all of those years.
I'd like second chance to buy. I just keep building new buildings
I have a 24 also that came from Hartwell GA area. GA tag 118.
James, I think these two cars must be kin. I don't have the info on who owned the car when it was in Georgia, wonder if there is a way to look up the plate?
They want their car back.