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1926 Reo Coupe

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I sold that car on this website maybe 10 years ago for $12,000. The gentleman that purchased it had it painted and interior work done, along with other mechanical work, then sold it for around $12,000. It is a very nice, solid car, built like a truck with heavy frame and massive rear axle. It would go 50 mph, but only had brakes on the rear axle. If you had to stop quick, those narrow tires would just lock up and slide on the road while the car kept going because of how much the car weighs. I included a photo I took when I pulled the car from its 30 year resting place in a warehouse in downtown Cincinnati.


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