Where did you say you parked the car dear?
It's the black one with the rag top right?
^ OH did that made me laugh...!
If you found your car, how would you get it out.
Richard, The title says it all! :-)
It is much easier to find your T in a parking lot today than it was then.
I like the picture.
Yours is the one in the middle. Keys are in the rest of them, so just move them out of the way as needed.
Is that a roller coaster in the top-right? Wonder where the picture was taken? Looks more like a lakefront than a coastal shore.
The guy in the foreground is staying by his car. I don't blame him.
I see a roller coaster in the top left
Coney Island, New Jersey. I believe I have seen that photo before.
Not New Jersey. Brooklyn, NY.
A Coney event.
Ops! Yeah, my other right.
I was looking at the horseshoe shoreline while typing.
"Taken in 1926 of Ford Model T cars parked at the seaside near the city of Boston, Massachusetts"
I work in a small city fleet garage. Several years ago we had quite a few white Ford Taurus, typical government fleet vehicles. One of our people had to go to a state building in L.A. for a meeting. There was a tiny lot behind the building just packed with cars much like in the picture, and the attendant told him to just park anywhere it would fit and leave the keys in it. Our guy assumed this was so that the car could be moved in case another car needed out. In actuality, the practice was to just take whatever car was easiest to get out, it didn't matter since they were all state owned cars! Except for our car! Our guy ended up driving a state car back home and it took about a week to track our car down. It was finally found because it needed gas, and their system would not recognize our car as one that was authorized for fueling.
When I was in Japan, I think they had a system like that for bicycles at the train station. Just take one.