Went out to the shop this morning and found this!
Then I remembered hauling it home yesterday. Not sure what I will do with it yet, but think I will just drive this one for a little while. Thanks, Dan.
Very nice. I like that color.
Sweet car with some nice add-on's. You are a lucky man~
Dan, you are lucky, I went out to my shop this morning and found my motor and transmission missing. Then I remembered I broke it and Andy Loso has it.
What a sweety Dan!
Oof. Isn't it strange? Darned things.
The more, the better. Wha?
WAIT! That's a really nice looking car.
I'd just scratch it, use it and wear it out.
Oh wait. That's the point.
Hmm, that is a funny thing that seems to happen quite often. They do seem to breed!
I always scorned Model T's as of no interest and 'boring'. Then my buddies introduced me to the hobby.
Soon there was 'Albert' the 1 ton truck in the garage (you can't call a working truck by a sissy girl name :-) ).
Now 'Victoria' is underway in the garage to join her Albert.
How things in life can take unexpected turns !
Great looking touring
Looks great! I take it that the bright radiator apron is an accessory?
I leave my garage lights on at night to discourage multiplication of the breed.
I've been down to visit Dan. He's great guy. He helped me and my son get my Dad's '25 Runabout going again. He has some really nice T's too.
Dan, What a sweet looking touring! Nice find!
John: Look at the wheel hubs, front crank. The fan is nickeled also. The owner must have owned a plating shop. Dan.
The top and steering wheel tell me it's a '25, but the fenders tell me it's a '24.
Larry: Look at the door hinges, says 25. But the State has it as a 24, so I guess it will stay a 24. Dan
T's do breed and multiply (but only if you can afford the breeding or stud fee).