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1918 REO ???


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To me, it actually looks like it was a touring car and they grafted the rear panel of the touring car onto the rear of the front seat. A lot of passenger cars were transformed to truck so as to be eligible for more gas during the war.

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Thanks for all your help. What is the value for something like that in today’s market? It is for sale, and I am not sure what REO's in that condition are worth. <?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" /><o:p></o:p>


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The value of the Reo can´t be much because you are buying a lot of work. This is the case if even if you just decide to keep it like it is just working the Reo to running condition. If you want to restore the car to original shape amount of work is much greater. Peoples idea about the value of their treasures can be very high but the reality is different. If somebody badly wants something he may be willing to pay almost anything.

Juha Kaitanen

Turku, Finland

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