Friends that will ride 3 hours ONE WAY to help you rebuild your first rear end. A BIG thanks goes out to my buddy Seth, or Chris as his friends call him, from NC. worthy of the T-model-er of the month as far as i am concerned!!
From Left to right...
My dad, seth, and myself
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yes.dib (195.4 k)
and why are my pics not coming up... sighhhhhh its less than 200kb and its a JPEG...
Really good to see young folk getting into this hobby!
Drive carefully, and enjoy, W2
That's a nice looking car.
You are so right ... Model Ts are fun cars. But it is the people who make our hobby so great. Thanks for sharing and I agree, Seth should be nominated for "T-model-er" of the month.
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I think if us "young folks" would just stop texting for a second and go for a ride they would be hooked. Part of the fault of my generation is that we are driven by instant gratification... that isnt something accomplished restoring a model t haha. patience is requred. something a lot of people (regardless of age realistically) just dont have.
I hear you Nathan, I've wonder how young people addicted to instant gratification ever learn to play a musical instrument. I was a drummer back in the Haight Ashbury days and recall the many hours I spent practicing. Hey it takes many years to become just an adequate musician.
I agree! i played trumpet in middle, high, and college. I dont want to pass blame but i almost think parents are a little to okay with letting their kid quit extracurricular activities as a youth. There were a few times where i only played a year of a sport but i never quit mid-season. I get my kick of instant-gratification by completing small projects on the T. once i do enough of them, my T will be done!
Nathan Bright! You are wise far beyond your years.