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  1. 4 hours ago, Brass is Best said:

    I am trying to help you. The most important thing is the budget. Figure that out then only look at cars in that range. When you find your car go and buy it. Getting upset at others for recognizing a good deal and buying a car before you do will not find you a car. It is better to have a car and enjoy it than to look forever.

    I don’t want to start an argument with you as I don’t believe we’ve talked about a time where I’ve gotten upset about something, now there have been some opportunities that I wasn’t as able to jump at, but that doesn’t mean I didn’t learn anything. I also don’t think the most important thing is budget, it’s about your enjoyment and maybe money dictates the car you can afford, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the community and all the opportunities that come your way, even if there “missed.” So do you know of any nice pre-1920s vehicles for sale or maybe books, parts, or good resources?

  2. 3 hours ago, Brass is Best said:

    I get people in my shop all the time that say "I can spend anything I want on a car!" Then after wasting a bunch of time they might have $10,000. Which is plenty to find a fun car. But you shouldn't be asking to test drive a brand new Ferrari. The days of the little old lady giving away a Duesenberg for $5 are long gone. Today most of the little old ladies think their 84 Corvette is worth $1,000,000. So setting a price range or getting pre qualified for a loan is the best route.

     

    When someone calls me to find them a car. But can't tell me their budget I tell them I can't help you.

    I don’t want to necessarily say 10k because if someone had a car for 20k who would meet at 15, but never contacted me because my budget was to low then I might have missed out on a car that I would have potentially had the funds for. Not to mention people start out at one number and it sells for another, plus if it takes me a few months or years to find the right car my finances/what I’m looking forward may change during that time. I’d also like to pay cash instead of a loan from a longer time owner than an antique car dealer, so if you know any long time Duesenberg owners selling there cars for $5 let me know and I’d pay them double.

  3. On 1/26/2021 at 4:44 PM, Terry Bond said:

    Doesn't matter. If you look at the posters history he's been all over the road map for quite some time, looking for boats, planes, projects, etc. Not sure how serious he really is. I asked earlier where he was located as I'm aware of a couple of brass projects in my area, but...like a lot of posters, they sometimes toss stuff out there and never respond. Plenty of Ts out there for someone seriously interested.

    Terry

    For some reason my response to you has been deleted, but I’m in Fl and I’m still looking for a nice Model T to enjoy. I like boats and planes, so just trying to find any cool prospect to get into as there’s so much cool stuff out there to enjoy. If you know of any Ts, I’d really appreciate anything sent my way, Thank you

  4. On 1/26/2021 at 12:05 PM, Porsche 68 said:

    It’s not brass but a very nicely restored in the 60s sat along time shows very well still some scratches on fenders runs and drives good needs tires asking $90000 obo you can reach me at+18623543535 or leave a message John.      For some reason photos are not loading

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    Just saw the photos, thank you

  5. On 1/26/2021 at 12:03 PM, Porsche 68 said:

    It’s not brass but a very nicely restored in the 60s sat along time shows very well still some scratches on fenders runs and drives good needs tires asking $90000 obo you can reach me at+18623543535 or leave a message John.      For some reason photos are not loading

    Could you try pm-big me photos?

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