I saw this for sale a while back and thought it had sold already. Looks like a nice original.
Dan you might want to get with this guy and see if he would share some of his historical data with you or other things you may have questions about on your Autowa.
here's the ebay link.
Dan, could you e-mail me?
Hey, Dan -- You probably could have saved a lot of time and money by just buying this one. And it's even in your own stomping grounds! But of course, then you would have missed all the fun of restoration.
Purty nice car for 7 grand.
I am confused about this car perhaps you all can enlighten me
My understanding from reading forum posts is that cars made out of different years model T's are not that authentic or desirable
This is titled as 1911 advertised as a different year
looks like it has 1926 1927 year tires and wire wheels
has 1927 engine
It is a beautiful looking car but does the value decrease with a hodgepodge of year parts?
Thanks I am thinking of bidding on it
The body is what "does it" on that car.
Yes, it may be worth a bit more if it had all '27 parts or all 1911 parts.
It's just that those bodies are so rare.
It has the potential of being changed into any year you want it to be.
You could say it was a 1912 that the body got too junky and a new body was purchased for it in later years.?