1915 touring FS

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1915 touring FS

Post by Modeltmike » Thu Apr 04, 2019 10:33 pm

[image][/image]I’ve been helping an individual with his cars and he has told me that he wants to sell his 1915 touring. Sounds and looks nice. Has all new white tires. Serial number appears to be 1915. Nice interior. Ruxtel, side curtains and other extras. $16,950. Send and email and I can get you his contact info. Thanks
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Re: 1915 touring FS

Post by Modeltmike » Tue Apr 16, 2019 6:16 am

I added a few more photos. Nice car with a Ruxtel, and other accessories.
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Re: 1915 touring FS

Post by Modeltmike » Sun May 05, 2019 5:46 pm

I’ve had some additional photo request. I also have video if interested. Thanks
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Re: 1915 touring FS

Post by Modeltmike » Sat May 18, 2019 2:11 pm

Did a compression test. All in 50’s. I do have videos and more details. $15,950. Nice driving car. Thanks
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Re: 1915 touring FS

Post by Modeltmike » Wed Jun 26, 2019 12:05 am

Please just send email. I’m not the best with the PM. I’m sorry if I’ve missed your PM. Thanks


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Re: 1915 touring FS

Post by Modeltmike » Thu Jul 11, 2019 7:01 pm

$15,500


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Re: 1915 touring FS

Post by Modeltmike » Sun Jul 14, 2019 10:55 pm

$15,000


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Re: 1915 touring FS

Post by Modeltmike » Sat Jul 27, 2019 7:10 pm

Ruxtel, correct engine, good runner, brass, $14,750 if that makes it sound better. Have several videos and photos if you would like more details. Getting cheap. Thanks


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Re: 1915 touring FS

Post by Modeltmike » Tue Aug 20, 2019 11:34 pm

still for sale. Not going to find cheaper.

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Re: 1915 touring FS

Post by Quickm007 » Wed Aug 21, 2019 2:59 pm

I can't beleive it is still for sales. I just finished my restoration and cost me double of this one.
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Re: 1915 touring FS

Post by brassford » Sun Aug 25, 2019 12:20 pm

Hi all, It seems to me a shame that there are so many nice cars with for sale buyer with no buyers! The 14 touring I have for sale here and on HCCA could not be much more original and as mentioned here several times here "you couldn't paint it for that" Most younger guys are either completely anti internal combustion (ridiculous) or they want 2200 HP not 22. They don't seem to understand where there 700 HP 4 cyl foreign car they love came from nor do they care. I have been in the car hobby since I was 6 year old and I'm 62 now. I love all cars that demonstrate innovation or generate emotion (except the Prius.) I have worked on or restored everything from an 1899 Peugeot to 1970 McLaren 200 mph beast. I hope we can generate enough interest in the historical and significance of the early cars to keep people interested in driving them before our ignorant government outlaws them.

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Re: 1915 touring FS

Post by Susanne » Sun Aug 25, 2019 7:30 pm

These are just my thoughts on why T's are slow to sell... my opinion, after 50 years (Jeez, really? Got involved back in June of 1969, so... darn... wow...) in this hobby. Please don't be offended.

Most of us who were raised in the hobby are now approaching or past our 6th decade. And this may sound kind of CS, but I remember when you could get a good, running brass-era T (14-15) for under or about 5 grand, and a '12 or earlier was about 10 grand. True, that was a few years ago, but I've watched prices on T's go thru the roof, parts are almost as bad... so while I'd love to see the hobby (especially the "pre-16" era cars) continue with a younger generation, the odds of finding a car that younger generation can afford are mighty slim. Even the late T's are in the 10K plus range. And that's a lot of pecunium. The sad thing is the economy isn't helping, combine with a car that will do 35 MPH and has to be cranked...

I wish it weren't true, but it is. And while it is really pretty in red... it's not the stock paint color (or upholstery pattern), things that kick value from the car. At least someone who wants originality. That and the price are what dissuaded me.

Again, my soapbox... and my opinion. Hope someone will buy it and give it a good home...

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Re: 1915 touring FS

Post by Novice » Tue Aug 27, 2019 8:20 pm

BTT

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Re: 1915 touring FS

Post by twrenn » Mon Sep 02, 2019 9:26 am

Sign of the times. Interest in the hobby is not growing fast enough with people who have expendable funds, causing prices to drop and inventory actually to rise as the older set get out, or at least want to. And as Susanne implied..if you want to get the most $ for your car it does need to be as correct as possible. If it were black I suspect it wouldve been gone long ago and at or close to the already low asking price. Again...we're entering a phase of buyers who can only seem to connect to 50' s-'60s cars.


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Re: 1915 touring FS

Post by Modeltmike » Mon Sep 30, 2019 8:47 pm

No longer for sale.

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Re: 1915 touring FS

Post by Quickm007 » Tue Oct 01, 2019 4:12 pm

Hey Mike, Did you find a good home finally? Hope so sincerely.
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