Pictures of the 1916 Touring

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YellowTRacer
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Pictures of the 1916 Touring

Post by YellowTRacer » Wed Jul 21, 2021 5:32 pm

Well restored very authentic. More pictures available by request.

Ed aka #4
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Re: Pictures of the 1916 Touring

Post by rickd » Wed Jul 21, 2021 7:53 pm

Nice car Ed. Thank you for posting the pictures. Looks like a fun one to tour in.

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Re: Pictures of the 1916 Touring

Post by TWrenn » Wed Jul 21, 2021 8:21 pm

Like I posted before...this would be great for the young man that was looking for one in this price point several months ago. Maybe he found one and didn't tell us, or just gave up.


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YellowTRacer
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Re: Pictures of the 1916 Touring

Post by YellowTRacer » Thu Jul 22, 2021 4:50 pm

The car is sold. Thanks MTFCA.


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Re: Pictures of the 1916 Touring

Post by Doug 845 » Sun Jul 25, 2021 7:50 am

I think that the young man TWrenn was referring to was me. I was very interested in this T. I found out though that the ID number on the title was based upon something else besides the VIN # on the engine. My local NYS DMV requires a pencil trace of the VIN# to register the car. Since the owner didn't have any paperwork proving that this particular T was actually a previous AACA winner, I reached out to AACA in Hershey only to discover that they didn't have any records of this T winning anything. They could only provide names of two winners that year who won prizes for a 1916 touring. I was surprised that they didn't keep records of previous T winners with their serial numbers.

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