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Posted 21 hours ago
And a price please
in General Discussion
Posted Saturday at 01:07 PM
This present situation certainly isn’t good for our hobby.
Posted Friday at 07:53 PM
I was just offered a 1914 Krit touring car project for $2,500. Too rough for me. Stored in Fargo ND. If seriously interested email me and I will give you his contact info. Go AACA! Sincerely George
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Posted Friday at 12:48 PM
Hi mike. Great display piece. What is the price? Thanks George Albright
Posted Friday at 12:46 PM
Thanks for the response. Thought I’d stir it up a bit with The word cheep. I will pass on the Metz though appreciate the offer. I had two restored Metz cars on the 1980s. Donated both to the Garlits museum here in Ocala. The fiber drive gear is a pain to get correct. Thanks again George
Posted Friday at 12:52 AM
Looking for a cheap, up to $5,000 brass era project for sale. No Ford model Ts and no chassis sitting outside for decades . Looking for something to do. Leads appreciated! Thanks George Albright,Ocala Florida. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted Wednesday at 06:37 PM
Superb condition! George Albright
Posted March 19
Well said all of you! Sincerely George Albright
I agree carb should stay with engine. I will up my offer to $2,000 for both. Thanks George Albright
Kind of just a few of us that collect the really early stuff these days.
Thanks for the nice note. My two offers together or separate plus shipping stand if u change your mind. Can PayPal or fed ex a cashier check. These are sincere offers. Sincerely George
Posted March 18
I’m a $1,500 buyer for both or $300 for just the carb plus shipping. Thanks George Albright,Florida cell weekdays 352 843 1624. Email email@example.com. PS where is the rest of the car?
Posted March 11
That is a 30s or 40s radiator off a Hercules power plant. I have a complete one. Worth $210 if you need it! George Albright
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Posted March 10
Thanks for the nice email. I looked at that North Dakota engine. One step above junk. Do your basket cases have running gears nice enough to make a speedster out of? If so please send photos to firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks again, George
Posted March 7
Take a zero off the asking price!
Posted February 29
Thanks for the info. The smallest was used in 1916 Briscoe. Next slightly bigger in 1916 scripps booth. Just a slightly larger bore. Last bigger engine used in 1917 Jackson . Also one of the smaller twos used in 1916 Jackson. Thanks George Albright
Forgot to ask: what condition was the engine in when you sold it to him? Did it run ok? Thanks George
Thanks so much for the tip!!! I think I found him. Is that car red? What sort of damage was done to it? Was it fixed? Thanks again George Albright
Posted February 28
Looking for a 1915-16 Briscoe with the 8 cylinder V8 Ferro motor or just a motor. Any condition, bare chassis fine. Leads appreciated! Thanks,George Albright,Ocala,Fla. cell weekdays 10-4 EST 352 843 1624 email email@example.com
Clive bought my Duesenberg Judkins limo around 2010 after I sold it to John OQuinn,who died in a car crash in Houston. He wrote me a nice letter about how much he was enjoying my car. George Albright
Posted February 21
I will pay $25,000 for a complete Rochester Duesenberg walking beam engine. Less for an incomplete one. Thanks for the question. George Albright 352 843 1624 cell weekdays best