The only serious inquiries I've had are from "Hot-Rodders" who want to chop the car; I can't do it! The car is a M-4 built in 1928 sold as a 1929. This is a 2 door coupe with a 4 cylinder Continental engine. A good to excellent car to restore. Body in great shape , paint in average to poor shape. Twelve spoke wooden wheels, interior re-done and in good shape. It is missing a right (passenger) front fender, windshield wiper motor, ignition key switch and the glass for the right headlight. I removed and cleaned the gas tank when "life" got in the way and I never started the car. I have put mystery oil in the cylinders and hand cranked the engine at least 3 times a year to cycle it. Any questions please contact me at "email@example.com". I'll try to borrow a digital camera and someone can walk me through the process to get them on-line. I'm selling it due to relocation.
jim i just got mt first look at your car today and i hav to say your discription doesn't do it justice if i was 10 years younger and had my health back i'd be driving that beautiful car tomorrow as i stood there looking at the car all i could think was **** this is better'n sex
thanx again for a great restorable piece bec
rick why would he want to do that,i bought car unseen off jims description i was just thanking him for selling a car that was much nicer than he described it to give you an idea look at photo of 29 sedan i purchased from jos cro last fall in photograph section and know that car from jim is much much nicer bec