Yesterday's midwinter clinic in Hutchinson was another good one.
Verne and Kimberly shirk held a show-and-tell on the rear axle. Kimberly is a a senior at Wichita State but found time to rebuild the rear end of her 1914 touring.
MTFCA past president Tom Miles gave a brief history and an update on the Model T Museum.
As usual at this event, there was a nice display of T's. Chris Paulsen's 1910 touring is a driver which has been to the top of Pike's Peak.
Thanks for posting.
Wish I could have there.
It looks like they had a good turnout. Thanks for posting the pics, Steve.
Nice informative thread Mr Jelf. Very well presented...Thx !
The Tudor above belongs to Gary Poulson, Chris' dad. That car is equipped with Fronty. Nice ride!
Vern is a card and it was fun listening to him.
Chris Paulsen has the same running board cans as we do. I haven't seen them on any other cars.
Wish I had one of those 3 legged jacks?
I agree; it was a fun day. Verne and Kimberly did a great job.
Doug-the gas-oil-water cans are actually on Herb Zook's 1926 Roadster Pickup.
The other cars are Mike Crowe's 1927 Touring and Don Barten's 1921 Touring and my father's 1926 Tudor (like Mike mentioned).
I remember that radiator cap! I still say that it looks like Pluto the Pup.
Looks like a good meet again!
Thanks to all for the nice comments! I counted about 60 folks at the seminar. A dozen or two more if your threw in the "better half".
My daughter had fun. She did comment that one time, she got so interested in what I was saying that she was holding the microphone up to my ear.
All kidding aside, she has really been in-to this rear axle thing. Last year, she was grease from head-to-toe while rebuilding the rear axle on her 1914 Touring. She is quite proud of her accomplishment of having successfully rebuilt a major component of her car!