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    I am looking at purchasing a 1913 touring car. It is represented as a complete, correct older restoration used on several tours 25 years ago. I don't have any pictures yet. What do you folks think it should sell for? The asking price is in the mid teens. Thanks, Art

  • #2
    A LOT more info needed!!

    Can NOT make an informed decision without "information".
    You wana look waaay far up da road and plan yer route because the brakes are far more of a suggestion than a command!

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    • Mitch
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      pics baby pics... top bottom frt and back. under hood..

  • #3
    Got em
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    • #4
      A few more pictures. I still have not seen the car.
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      • #5
        10 if it runs good
        3 ~ Tudor's
        Henry Ford said
        "It's all nuts and bolts"


        Mitch's Auto Service ctr

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        • BNCHIEF
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          10 is low I am thinking he is asking around 15 however those seats are leather and that is not cheap, also the top was poorly done and looks like a starved horse.

      • #6
        Thanks, I actually want a 1910/1912. Art

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        • #7
          He says he is pretty firm at fifteen. I think it is too high by at least the price of the seats. That “starved horse” reference is great.

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          • #8
            He is not out of the ballpark at fifteen but get a price on redoing the seats and show him, the market is declining for t-buyers and you are talking to a t guy.

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            • #9
              The fact that he didn't even remove the cover fully nor take good whole car shots, makes an assessment and sale very difficult. If people really want to sell and get top dollar, then pics need to be done well. As a T guy, I can see a diamond in the rough, but many can't or won't. A short video of it running would help judge mechanical condition.

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              • BNCHIEF
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                Welcome to the VFF and your points are spot on.

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