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Hope I can get some advice form ppl on here, I have found 2 different cars a 1926 model T touring that needs top/interior/body and paint work, it runs and drives, has a rebuilt engine, or a 1928 model A tudor which runs and drives fine interior is good but has poor paint and needs a repaint, I have restored a lot of 60's,70's muscle cars so I'am not afraid of the type of work ahead of me, but wondering which car might be better as an investment as well as a general car to drive and enjoy, the model T I would say needs more to get it going but the 1928 is about a $1,000.00 more, I think both are reasonably priced. At one time I was sure the Model T would be neater as its a convertible but it seems like the model A would be more of a car that you could use as a daily driver?? At looking at some places it seems like both might be worth about the same prices restored, I'am I right?? any help would be appreciated. Thanks.:driver:
 
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