Last Sunday I took my 1923 Ford T to Bel Air, in Burgundy,France. It is on the old Route National , and the volunteers have restored a 1930's petrol station as part of a campaign to restore a number of signs and buildings along the route. This was the first long drive for the "T", and I discovered that the fuel tank had a lot of rust in it. I drained out about an egg cup full of powdered rust, this stopped it back-firing in the carb! There were two other "T's" there, the oldest cars present.
Its great to hear that French are preserving/restoring such recent history. I know they do great work on much older things.
Thanks for the pics!
Nice shots. Thank you for sharing.
It looks like Europe has a lot of custom-bodied T's.
Ian, thanks for posting. I like all the Ts and especially the wood side on black one next to yours.
Happy motoring, Warren
I think that the wood striped one was featured in a club magazine years ago.