Stopped by to pic up a pair of outer bearing seals.
Here's a newly rebuilt engine/trany for $6500.
Engine is 1928 ser# Yes 1928. Saw a price and a sold so I'm not sure of it's status.
YES THAT IS A VERY NICE HOUSE. MY WIFE AND GOT TO SEE THE INSIDE NICE. DID YOU TAKE ANY PICTURES
OF HIS SHOP.? ITS VERY INTERESTING.
No, haven't been invited in yet. They had recently , 6/7months ago moved into the house next door for biz. One of these days maybe.
Here are a few shots of Glen and the shop and the house from last year.
There's Glen, but where are those big friendly dogs ??
Your all welcome anytime for a full tour of the business, house and museum/barn
Great! What time is dinner?
Eight if you're from the coasts, or noon if you're from the mid-west.
Glen, are there any T festivities planned for race day?
Ricks, Yes, We have invited all of the local Model T Clubs including Long Beach. Everyone is invited to participate. The date is Sept 14, 2013, 100 anniversary of the Corona Road race. It will be an all day event with a tour around the race track and lots of city sponsored activities. Glover Ruckstell drove his Mercer in the 1914 race and Bob Burman was killed in the 1916 race. Hope to see you there. I will be driving my original unrestored 1913 Roadster.
I'd love to see a photo of an unrestored '13 Runabout!
Drive your T over, Bernard, and take your own pix...
Bernard, i'd post a picture but I can't get it to work.
Isn't it the one with the rear wheel off that can be seen in Steve's second picture?
Your right Roger. The rear wheel is now back on and we just returned from the annual Corona historical home tour. Last year our home was on the tour and we hosted over 500 visitors. The 13 was used for hauling dynamite in Golden Colorado. I bought it about 40 years ago, restored it mechanically but left it looking as-is with all the blacksmith repairs to the fenders. I love it. It gets more attention at the shows than any restored car.