The last group of photos of the Irish Model T Ford clubs tour in Ireland.
70. International tractor ?
71. Field Marshall tractor. This tractor just sat there idling away.
72. John Deere rowcrop?
73. Tim Crowley's new 1914 Touring.
74. Line up of T's.
76. I'm not sure. I think its something like a 1960's road registered disability scooter.
77. 1923 Fowler compound traction engine.
78. Fordson F.
79. ''The leeside rover''.This is made form a portable engine. Front axle is from a Truck and the back axle is from a Fordson Major tractor. Belt drive to the back axle.
80. Jet engine.
81. Coffin cart from the Irish famine era. This actual cart was used to transport coffins during the Irish famine during the 1840's.
82. Tandem bicycle. Took a few tries but they got the hang of it. There was also a penny farthing there.
Really wished I could of stayed at Tim Crowley's meusem for longer but I had to be home later that day.
83. Pulled over to help this man. I was told he blew a tube but upon closer inspection....
The clincher rim actually split in half.
Some of the accessory I spotted.
85. Stephney Rim. As far as I know this is a universal spare rim.
86. ''Stephney spare motor wheel LTD, Llanelly,Wales''
87. Quikko oil filler. Made in Birmingham.
88. Weeko spring cover.Made in Bristol. This car had them front and rear.
89. Carter dash board mounted oil sight guage. This was acutually piped up to the sump but I was told it does not currently work.
That is all for photos. Many thanks to Jim Boland, Michael Rigney and Tim Crowley for showing us their collections and to all the orgainsers for the effort they put in.
And here are lots of Model Ts ascending 'The Vee'. We took a short-cut, escaped the convoy and waited at the summit.
What county or town was this tour in?
The tour was roughly 345 miles long over 5 days and and it would of went through atleast 6 or 7 counties.
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