Chris Paulsen

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  1. There's been quite a bit of interest, but no sale. Possible delivery to Chickasha next month. Still available.
  2. Is it a 1911 Kissel?
  3. Still available. Willing to listen to offers, but no trades.
  4. Lozierman is right. It's a Peerless.
  5. Auburn used Rutenber engines in 1910 also. The larger ones were 4 1/2x5 totaling 318ci. I'd be interested in knowing what other makes used this same engine.
  6. Posting this for a friend. I know very little about it. Contact info below. FOR SALE: 1921 Center Door (China Cupboard) Model T. 30 year old restoration in EXCEPTIONAL condition with normal wear. Paint appears to be done in Black Lacquer which has an incredible shine (Notice reflective nature in pictures). Starts easy, and Runs out GREAT. No expense was spared when restored. Steel panels are near perfect and NOT wavy.. Has extras such as Fat Man Steering Wheel and Bauer Wheel Lock. Period Correct upholstery in excellent condition. Bosch Distributor and Coil. A FUN car to drive. $12,000 OBO., Motivated seller. Call Jerry at 620-367-8257 or 620-386-0646. Goessel, KS
  7. I've talked to quite a few people about this car, but it is still available. Now with the price reduced to $52,500.
  8. I should have brought this up earlier, but we are still looking. We'll be at Hershey.
  9. The one in the middle is a Stevens-Duryea. The one on the right looks like a Mitchell.
  10. Thank you all for the interest and positive comments. Per your request, here are a couple photos with the rear seat removed - sorry, no spares, though.
  11. Here is the best side view photo I have. I can try to get a few from a distance next time it's out. For scale, the rims are 25" clinchers, and the tires are 880x120.