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  1. When I first dug this out I was able to find another one, either for sale or sold, don't remember. That was six years ago, and now I can't find another one. Anyone seen one? Anyone need this one?
  2. The poster is now sold, although not to the author of the previous comment.
  3. The poster is now sold. Thanks to all who chimed in!
  4. The Model T forum seems a bit anemic, so I thought I'd share this here. I have 6 Ford service letters from a dealership in Denver, PA, sent to Ford car owners from November 1925 through April 1926, numbered "Service letter number one" through "service letter number six". Each letter is three pages, top stapled, and covers everyday topics for keeping your car well maintained and avoiding troubles. I couldn't find any other service letters like this out there, and I'm wondering if this was something the dealership created on their own? Do they have any value?
  5. This nearly new condition 1934 "Know the thrill of driving the new Ford V-8" foldout brochure didn't strike me as something that would be scarce, but it seems to be. A blog post on The Henry Ford website indicates it was given out at the Chicago World's Fair, and there are a few reprints out there, but that's about it. There are five separate panels that fold out from 9" x 5-1/2" to a handsome 18" x 22-1/2" display poster. Anyone else have one of these? This one's available, no idea what to ask without any comps, value is subjective.
  6. I have this original 1913 Victor W. Page gas engine diagnostic chart / poster: "Location of Gasoline Engine Troubles Made Easy A Comprehensive Exposition of the Common Derangements That Interfere With Efficient Operation of All Types of Four-Cycle Internal Combustion Motors" 1913, Arranged by Victor W. Page, Printed by The Norman W. Henley Publishing Co., 132 Nassau St., New York It measures 38 x 24, crisp and clean, came from a hoarder estate I cleaned out some years back, everything there was stashed away when originally received new. I may be the first to open it since it was mailed out in 1913 LOL. I'm interested in selling it, but I'll be darned if I can find another one out there, either for sale or sold, anywhere. There are two copies in university library collections, and that's it. I'm stumped too, because it seems Victor Page was a prolific author and authority on gas engines of all kinds for at least a decade, and his books are everywhere. Any thoughts on value would be appreciated, if anyone knows of sale or auction records for an identical copy please chime in. Does the AACA have one?
  7. I have this original 1913 Victor W. Page gas engine diagnostic chart / poster: "Location of Gasoline Engine Troubles Made Easy A Comprehensive Exposition of the Common Derangements That Interfere With Efficient Operation of All Types of Four-Cycle Internal Combustion Motors" 1913, Arranged by Victor W. Page, Printed by The Norman W. Henley Publishing Co., 132 Nassau St., New York It measures 38 x 24, crisp and clean, came from a hoarder estate I cleaned out some years back, everything there was stashed away when originally received new. I may be the first to open it since it was mailed out in 1913 LOL. I'm interested in selling it, but I'll be darned if I can find another one out there, either for sale or sold, anywhere. There are two copies in university library collections, and that's it. I'm stumped too, because it seems Victor Page was a prolific author and authority on gas engines of all kinds for at least a decade, and his books are everywhere. Any thoughts on value would be appreciated, if anyone knows of sale or auction records for an identical copy please chime in. Does the AACA have one?