F,S. 1926 Model T Ford Touring car National winner on t bay Sold

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F,S. 1926 Model T Ford Touring car National winner on t bay Sold

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Re: F,S. 1926 Model T Ford Touring car National winner on t bay

Post by FATMAN » Mon Jun 22, 2020 11:16 am

New price, do not let it go, if you want a great car, call me and I can pull it off t-bay, Bob
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Post by Quickm007 » Mon Jun 22, 2020 12:56 pm

Hi Bob, You are right, at this price you can not afford a quality car like this one. This car will find a good home very soon.
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Post by FATMAN » Mon Jun 22, 2020 2:57 pm

It is well worth the money, he has other projects and needs this one sold, Bob


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Post by FATMAN » Mon Jun 22, 2020 4:20 pm

Sold to Don, thank you forum, Bob


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Post by Ron Patterson » Mon Jun 22, 2020 7:12 pm

Don is a local friend here In Nicholasville, KY who is a Model T neophyte, but very enthusiastic.
I highly recommended this well pedigreed and very reasonably priced car to him knowing he would not be stuck with a dud.
Now I guess I will have to teach him how to drive it? :)
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Re: F,S. 1926 Model T Ford Touring car National winner on t bay Sold

Post by FATMAN » Tue Jun 23, 2020 11:29 am

We are trying to find a transport company right now, Freighter Jim and , Bill are both tied up for a long time, Bob


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Re: F,S. 1926 Model T Ford Touring car National winner on t bay Sold

Post by Fozz71 » Tue Jun 23, 2020 6:08 pm

Glad it is going to a good home! I sent a great T shipper for you.


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Re: F,S. 1926 Model T Ford Touring car National winner on t bay Sold

Post by ericmac » Tue Jun 23, 2020 8:29 pm

I have been very grateful to everyone on this forum for their help with this sale. If anyone is struggling to sell a car, Bob's experience and level headed advice will certainly help you. Did I get penny I wanted for the car? No. Did I get a fair price, that allows me to go after the next project in the midst of some brutal economic conditions? Absolutely.
For me, this is not goodbye to T's but hello to the next big project. Thanks again to all.
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So Who Bought This Car ?

Post by FreighTer Jim » Tue Jun 23, 2020 11:32 pm

FATMAN wrote:
Tue Jun 23, 2020 11:29 am
We are trying to find a transport company right now, Freighter Jim and , Bill are both tied up for a long time, Bob
Bob,

I am not sure who bought this car.

Someone called me & said Ron Patterson lived close to him and referred me to possibly transport a Model T you had for sale.

He said it would be his first Model T.

I gave him a price for the trip with pick up early next week after I drop off at The Early Ford V-8 Museum in Auburn, IN.

He never called me back.

I don’t know if that was the guy who bought the Model T you were selling ... 🤔

I take exception when someone mentions my name and misrepresents me.

I already have been dealing with a BS Artist for many years who furthers his transport business by spreading lies and disinformation about me while repeatedly attacking me personally & professionally in his posts soliciting transport business 🙄

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Thanks Don - Bill - Ron

Post by FreighTer Jim » Fri Jul 03, 2020 10:18 am

I just dropped off to Don 😉

Thanks Don 👍

Thank You To Bill Baker & Ron Patterson for helping Don start his first Model T 🙏


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Re: F,S. 1926 Model T Ford Touring car National winner on t bay Sold

Post by Model T Mark » Sun Jul 05, 2020 1:02 pm

I painted this car and Eric and I are childhood friends. Our dads were in the hobby and that is the way our friendship started. Hated to see it go and it’s not even mine. The smile and the thumbs up makes me think it found a good home. Stay safe out there!

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Post by Henry K. Lee » Sun Jul 05, 2020 6:07 pm

One very nice CAR!

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Re: F,S. 1926 Model T Ford Touring car National winner on t bay Sold

Post by Quickm007 » Tue Jul 07, 2020 3:29 pm

Happy ending story like a good movie
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Re: F,S. 1926 Model T Ford Touring car National winner on t bay Sold

Post by ericmac » Sat Jul 11, 2020 9:10 am

I have been the owner and caretaker along with my childhood friend Mark for 20 years. I have loved the car dearly but recently have found myself more interested in the earlier cars as well as later cars. Because of space a couple cars needed to go. Fear not, I'm not getting out of Ts but instead want to focus on my '13 Touring refurbishment and eventually will restore my long neglected '26 Fordor and hope to spend some good time with Mark on that one. I also bought a '37 Cadillac recently which will be my "modern driver " replacing both the '26 Touring and my '62 Lincoln. All good things in the hobby! I am very happy with the enthusiasm of the new owner of the Touring.
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