dave and i went up to mt. rainier today in our relentless task of testing our 't's'. and harold, if your there, dave wanted me to point out that that was his smiling face,
dave in his 19 and my 24
me and my 24
That truck need one of my tire carriers. The craddle is same but i make a bracket for side of trucks/depot hacks.
Nice Tudor! Just like the one I am working on now. I am doing the upholstery right now...very time consuming. Nice to see one on the road!
tim, thanks. they are sure a lot of fun. john
Jack D, Where does that carrier mount and does it fit wire wheels? You can e-mail me direct. John
Dave,John....Driving to Colorado this past Sept....I passed a little open truck in Az. I wouldn't have changed places with the driver fur' nothin'....He was Battlin' it out with about FIVE semi's............Was that YOU Dave ??? Spank
Hi John & Dave:
Yes, I'm still here in Tennessee; one great grandaughter born a couple weeks ago, and pretty sure the grandson and great grandson will be born by this time next week.
Sorry for the slow response; these kids and grandkids are kind of a distraction (pleasant distraction tho') from my regular daily check and participation in the forum.
Great pictures John; not sure what some of those guys will like best back east here; the T's you guys are drive'n or our beautiful Mt. Rainier!
Hey John, you must be step'n OVER that running board instead of on it as the wimpy brackets havn't broken yet! Just kidding you; and by the way, I still like your Amish tail light. Probably makes your T look like an old horse buggy from the rear, but at least nobody has any excuse for running into you, right?
See ya' at the April breakfast meeting,.........harold
harold, yes like a horse and buggy. as a matter of fact, one lady said it looked like a stage coach. got to kinda agree with her. take care and drive safe. john
p.s. i heard one time, in the old days that on a hot summer day you guy would fill your touring car up with water and go swimmin. any truth to that?
John - You'd have to fill up my touring with a fire hose from a hydrant; a garden hose wouldn't keep up with the leaks! ....harold