Hey all... New to the site, new to T buckets but I bought some parts and have some questions so here I am!
Welcome to our world! Fire when ready with the questions.
(PS - Love the bike in your avatar. Did you build it?)
Welcome from Kansas City! I wish I could say that "I would tear it down and redo it this winter." I've been working on mine for 3 yrs now, and I'm still far off from completion (ouch). I'm hoping to get it close to finished sometime next year or the year after. LOL!
Covid Project - 80's Project T-Rod
If that is your intent, what you have may fund some of your expenses. A project that is a running car lets you enjoy the ride while you are making changes to suit you.
Well, the value is what it is worth to someone else. A starting point might be to look for similar items in a catalog (Speedway? Early Ford Parts?) and price your "used" items about half of new. Just sayin . . .
Re: bodies . . . wild card is, some people will pay a premium for original steel bodies, but . . . hard to anticipate.
Speedway Standard 1923 Model T Roadster T-Bucket Fiberglass Body
Budget Bare Model T Frame
I would search my local region on market place, Craigslist, etc. Any old car or parts advertising platforms or swap meets.