I had the pleasure to meet Lee & his wife yesterday when I picked up this nicely done 1905 Reo Replica in Louisiana.
It took Lee about two years to build this - it is powered by a gas engine hidden under the front seat.
It has forward & reverse - can go about 15 mph.
Very nice attention to detail ......
Lee has done some really nice replicas.
Note his Model T Speedster plans fit the 1909-1925 T chassis. For anyone that wants to build their own. See: http://www.horselesscarriagereplicas.com/speedster.html
He has a website for anyone interested in building a replica with plans for several early cars. See: http://www.horselesscarriagereplicas.com/
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Lee is a friend of mine. I've built several replicas and have been a member of his Horseless Carriage Group for about 5 years. He and his wife are fine folks. His cars are absolutely 1st class. He's been a real help on mine.
It is nice to see the level of detail put into those three vehicles. They have all the charm of the real thing.
Lee has one more replica for sale ....
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