Four of us Aussie Model T lovers are coming over for the centennial. It will be a quick visit for us as we have to quickly return to wives, family and jobs but we would not miss the great event. We will pick up an RV in Chicago on the Thurday morning prior to the start of the Centennial tour. We were wondering if any of you wonderful forum people could suggest any possible routes/places of interest to visit along the way. We look forward to your suggestion and input and most ofall meeting some of you in person.
Warwick, Bill & David
First thing to do is head over to Indiana and NOT come down through ILLINOIS. Roads are better in Indiana and fuel is generally a lot cheaper. In Auburn, Indiana there is a wonderful Cord, Auburn, Doosey Museum that is well worth a stop and see. Also in South Bend, Indiana there is a wonderful Studebaker Museum. Indianapolis is rich in history with the Indy 500 race track museum being in my mind one of the best museums around. They have the original winning car from the first 1911 running of the event. That museum is located on the infield of the race track so you can see the whole thing. Our car club chapter arranged for us to do a lap on the Indy 500 race track with our T's. THAT was a hoot. That was Sheryl Stier's doing.