Just bought a 1915 Model "T" Ford Touring today at a auction and need to get it home. It's in Bangor MI, a little west of Kalamazoo MI to or near Greenville WI 54942, a little south of Green Bay WI and just west of Appleton WI. Must be reputable and have trailer towing knowledge. It only took me 62 years to get one and I don't want to lose it now !!! email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Am anxious to get a look-see! Let me know when you get it home....
Take Care; Behave; Don't Shoot! (and)
I am glad you found the one you wanted! I am also very sorry I was not able to bring this one to you ,so I could get a look at it & see you & your wife again. My schedule is so crazy these days, I would not have been able to do it till late September.
Give this gentleman a call, he is based in Michigan & I have sent many of my overflow to him. I have then checked back with the customers & they have been very pleased with his service (single car enclosed)
Doc Schwarz (734)341-0507
(Message edited by Bills Auto Works on August 08, 2017)
I always call you first Bill before any other transporter. I'm spoiled now with quality, dependable service. I'll give Doc a call. Next time you come down an visit those grand-pups, take time to see my NEW brass Touring Marv.
John -- Congratulations on getting your "new" car. I had a '15 Touring for 10 years and had a lot of enjoyment from having it. I drove that car to the Centennial and back in 2008, 1,800 miles on that trip. 15's are very special to me. Have fun with it!
Thanks guys, I'm going to have to start putting "raincoats" on some of those "T"s, they seem to multiply. I've heard of this sickness and never thought it would happen to me !!! WELL GUESS WHAT...........
Consider renting a UHaul car trailer. They are inexpensive, safe, and easy to deal with. Worked perfectly for me until I bought my own 2-axle trailer. Tows well using a Ford Explorer (or comparable vehicle.
Hey guys, thank you, I was surprised and grateful for the responses here on the forum and phone calls. I have some nice towing equipment, but can't or shouldn't drive (strong pain medication). Can't even be a good passenger, have to stop often to go #1 (cancer/radiation). So I reached out and found a new Model "T" friend (Dan Schultz from Sheboygan WI) that generously would do it for cost (can't beat that)!!! To some it's just a car, to me it's a dream I've had since about 8-9 years old and it only took some 62 years to make it happen. You guys have no idea as to how much I appreciate this, thank you MTFCA.
I love a happy ending!