1926 Touring-National winner-significant price reduction

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1926 Touring-National winner-significant price reduction

Post by ericmac » Wed Jul 17, 2019 10:15 am

1926 Ford Model T Touring

Without a doubt, this is one of the very best restored Improved Ford Tourings anywhere in the world. A comprehensive and exhaustive, no expense spared, frame-up restoration from a rust free, Virginia car was completed over the course of five years. The effort resulted in an AACA Senior Grand National award, with multiple repeat-preservation awards, most recently at the Auburn AACA Grand National, June 2019. The car was the winner of the MTFCI 2006 Stynowski award for most meritorious restoration of the year, multiple Concours class awards including Meadowbrook Concours, Willistead Concours, Greenfield Village Old Car Festival (first place 3 years in a row) and Best of Show at the Hoosier Auto Show. This car appeared on the cover of the Model T Times and Antique Automobile with accompanying feature articles. Nothing but the best work was done as evidenced by a Sandy McTavish engine rebuild, Coil Doctor coils, Mark Eyre paintwork, Gord Koll woodwork, Mark Larder upholstery, nickel by QualKrom and much more. This is a car that runs and drives even better than it looks. It has always been fastidiously maintained so it needs absolutely nothing cosmetically or mechanically. You can drive and/or show it anywhere with pride. No disappointments. I am offering the car for sale only because another project is calling my name. Loudly. I am asking substantially less than half of my investment. I thought it was sold but the buyer backed out. Price has been lowered to $17,500 or close reasonable offer. Eric Macleod; ewmacleod@hotmail.com
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1926 Touring For Sale

Post by ericmac » Fri Aug 02, 2019 9:35 am

BTT.
I am open to listening to offers or just talking T's with others.
Thanks!
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1926 Touring price reduced

Post by ericmac » Sun Aug 04, 2019 8:57 am

Anyone in at $18,500? Trust me, you cant paint and upholster it for that.
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Re: Stynoski winning car

Post by Tom Hicks » Thu Aug 22, 2019 12:02 pm

This car has not sold??? Really? What does that say about the hobby? The seller couldn't have a nicer car or lower price. Incredible...
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Re: Stynoski winning car

Post by ericmac » Sun Aug 25, 2019 9:14 am

I appreciate the comment Tom. I have had several people contact me about the car, and most recently someone looked at it yesterday.
What I am hearing is that people are asking themselves if this is the time to buy, more that if this is the car to buy. It hits national publications for their October issues so maybe with a wider audience it will go?
Candidly, I am still ahead if it fails to sell because I will still have the car.
Thanks again for looking everyone.
Eric
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Re: Stynoski winning car

Post by ericmac » Tue Oct 15, 2019 1:25 pm

This car is sold.
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Re: Stynoski winning car* SOLD

Post by ericmac » Wed Oct 16, 2019 8:13 pm

Going to a great new home in West Michigan.
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Re: 1926 Touring-National winner-significant price reduction

Post by ericmac » Tue Nov 26, 2019 6:23 pm

Not everything works as we expect. Despite a great deal of interest and one person who committed to buy the car, this one remains available. I would consider a reasonable offer. The published price is 18,500 but I would look at an offer in the 17,900 range. Thanks to all who have expressed support so far.
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Phone number ?

Post by FreighTer Jim » Thu Nov 28, 2019 12:03 pm

Most folks reading this listing are members of the Model T Family.

I have had two calls regarding transport cost for this listing and both have expressed frustration with not having a contact phone number listed.

Something you might want to consider ... 🧐


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Re: 1926 Touring-National winner-significant price reduction

Post by ericmac » Thu Nov 28, 2019 8:00 pm

Here you go and thanks for the heads up. Sometimes the obvious can be elusive!
269-420-3852.
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Re: 1926 Touring-National winner-significant price reduction

Post by ericmac » Thu Nov 28, 2019 8:02 pm

Oh, one other thing. The car is located in Battle Creek, Michigan, about 10 miles off I-94.
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Re: 1926 Touring-National winner-significant price reduction

Post by Henry K. Lee » Sat Nov 30, 2019 6:36 am

What a Beautiful car Eric! The person who purchases it is getting a sweet deal.

Hank


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Re: 1926 Touring-National winner-significant price reduction

Post by ericmac » Wed Dec 04, 2019 8:23 pm

Hank,
Thanks for the kind words. The car really is a great car all around. I know a lot of Model T guys are all about saving money. Really, when you consider what you get with this car today, compared to what you would have to pay to duplicate it, this car really is a bargain. Thanks to all who have looked so far.
Eric
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