Hello All Fellow Car Lovers. I'm brand new to the Forum. My name is Bill. I love in north-eastern Ohio.
I have come across -and- I'm including photos of, what I think, is a 1920 Paige Daytona Speedster!
~It's obviously a relic, but yet amazingly complete: (Engine block with Carburetor, Exhaust Manifold, Vacuum Fuel Pump, Starter, Water Pump, etc.).
The Frame suffers semi-moderate rot, but also still retains all four Fenders, 3/4 of the four piece Hood, Firewall/Windshield Cowl, Steering Column, Running Boards, rear Differential, Leaf Springs, Gas Tank and rear Bumpers. (I assume the Transmission and Drive-train are still there, just not un-Earthed (yet).
The lack-of metal in the rear of the heap suggests the potential of Speedster rear-end (now gone). Also the split rear Bumpers suggests rear-mounted Spare Tire (again, potential Speedster). I also discovered what I believe is the Drawer-style third Seat.
My question is:
Is it too far gone?
Is it worth saving?
I look forward to everyone's professional opinions!
Bill in Ohio