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  1. We hope not; there are beautiful antique cars out there that deserve to have great homes!
  2. Hello Tyler -- Yes, Mr. Tarzian's Schacht brought $32,450.00, including the buyer's premium. FYI, all sale prices are available on the platforms through the auction listing at: www.turnerauctionsonline.com/upcoming-auctions Best regards, Jill Turner Turner Auctions + Appraisals
  3. Part of the Collection of Antique Vehicles of Francis Tarzian (1929-1997), an AACA member since 1953. The 1921 Ford Model T Center Door Sedan goes to auction online on Sunday, January 17, at Turner Auctions + Appraisals. Very unusual/rare body type. Purchased in 1953. Recovered from a barn in New Jersey. Restoration complete mid-1950s. Many period show plaques are affixed to the dashboard (as was the popular custom in the 50s & 60s). Auction estimate: $4,000-8,000. Located near San Jose, California, USA. For more photos, information, and press release on the sale, visit: www.turnerauctions
  4. Part of the Collection of Antique Vehicles of Francis Tarzian (1929-1997), an AACA member since 1953. The 1912 Ford Model T Torpedo goes to auction online on Sunday, January 17, at Turner Auctions + Appraisals. Purchased in the early 1990s from a private seller in Las Vegas, NV. 100% original parts. This model of Model T was only built for three years: 1910, 1911, and 1912. Auction estimate: $25,000-30,000. Located near San Jose, California, USA. For more photos, information, and press release on the sale, visit: www.turnerauctionsonline.com.upcoming-auctions. For further questions, contact St
  5. Part of the Collection of Antique Vehicles of Francis Tarzian (1929-1997), an AACA member since 1953. The 1919 White Model 15, 3/4-Ton Stake Side Truck goes to auction online on Sunday, January 17, at Turner Auctions + Appraisals. Purchased in 1964. Recovered from building demolition project in Newark, NJ. Complete factory-correct restoration and replacement / refabrication of missing components. Restoration complete in 1967. Won First National 1967 (Niagara Falls/Junior). Won (Senior) First National in 1968. Never placed 2nd in AACA competition (was withdrawn from competition to allow for oth
  6. Part of the Collection of Antique Vehicles of Francis Tarzian (1929-1997), an AACA member since 1953. The 1907 Schacht Runabout (High Wheeler) goes to auction online on Sunday, January 17, at Turner Auctions + Appraisals. Purchased in 1975 as an original-condition, long-term-stored vehicle. Very unusual with a short wheelbase. Complete restoration and replacement / refabrication of missing components. AACA Awards: 1st Junior, 1st Senior, First National, Grand National, and 1988 President’s Cup winner. Auction estimate: $12,000-18,000. Located near San Jose, California, USA. For more photos, i
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