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jan56
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Estate sale items

Post by jan56 » Sat Nov 09, 2019 1:27 pm

Hi everyone, my father passed away in April and I'm selling his estate. There are still model T parts, frames, Fenders, and head lamp glass that I'm trying to sell. I'm new to this forum, so have no idea how this works, but we are at his house in spanaway, Washington every Saturday to get it all done. I can send pictures, but didn't know how to post them here. Jan

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Re: Estate sale items

Post by CudaMan » Sat Nov 09, 2019 1:40 pm

Thank you for offering your inherited Model T parts here on the forum!

An easy way to post pictures here is to have them on the same computer you are reading the forum on, then just click and drag them into the text box.

There appears to be a limit of five pictures per post, so if you have more you'll have to split them up among multiple posts in the same thread.
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Re: Estate sale items

Post by TRDxB2 » Sat Nov 09, 2019 2:29 pm

to post or add photos
1. You must be logged in
2. Choose the correct forum; if selling parts, selling cars or responding to or needing help then the general form
3. If starting a new thread select NEW TOPIC top left side of the forum page
or if adding to an existing thread select POST REPLY on the bottom of the page within that thread.
4. Type in your text in the box under SUBJECT
5. If adding photos select the ATTACHMENTS tab at the bottom of the page - this will then provide a message for you to add files from your device by selecting ADD Files.
6. Search your device (PC, Phone, Lap Top) for the file (picture you want to add) by completing that task in your device (for a PC it would be OPEN)
7. You need to wait for it to upload to the forum - that's when you see PLACE IN LINE or DELETE file. You can repeat this several times by selecting ADD files Hint: If you don't select PLACE IN LINE and add multiple photos they will appear in reverse order (last first). The sequence you select PLACE IN LINE will determine the order they appear in from the position of the cursor on he Subject box. Don't worry if the picture appears side ways
8. Review your work by selecting PREVIEW
9. When done select SUBMIT

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Re: Estate sale items

Post by George House » Sat Nov 09, 2019 3:32 pm

I might be interested in your “headlamp glass”. When you determine the price and figure out the picture posting from the good advice above; post on the Classifieds this site and you’ll get more lookers...
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Re: Estate sale items

Post by KWTownsend » Sun Nov 10, 2019 11:05 am

Jan-
I'm sorry to hear about the passing of your Dad. I can remember when he used to fly in and out your place just outside of Eatonville. We'd be working and would hear him buzzing around and enjoying the sky. I hope you can post on the classifieds. Prices and pictures are a tremendous help. Also in February is the Early Bird swap meet in Puyallup. I believe it is sponsored by the Tacoma Model T Club. You might reach out to them.

Good luck!

: ^ )

-Keith Townsend

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