Dan is the new Technical Editor for MTFCI Model T Times. He is one of those guys who is always willing to share his time and expertise with just about anyone who has a problem or question about T's or T stuff. Anyone who has spent much time on this site is familiar with his post. No BS, just good solid help.
I second that motion. Always good knowledgable well informed information. Regards, John Page
What I appreciate the most about Dan (other than being a regular Email buddy) is that Dan has the patience and the thoughtfulness to record almost everything he has ever done, restorationwise, in photos, and when you ask him for his advise, he can almost always lead you in photos, step by step, through the procedure. I don't know of anyone else who does this. I am always too anxious to get the job done to remember to take the time for pictures.
Couldn't ask for a nicer guy and super knowledgeable( hope that's spelled right)
Sounds like the right man for that job, I hope Dan likes the job.
Maybe he can help Royce with some of those difficult water pump problems.
Thank you, Dan!
I git my MTT a couple of days ago too. I'm glad to see that Dan has taken on the job of Technical Editor. I'm sure he'll do it justice. As John said, Dan is always willing to help any Model T'er with information about what is correct for his car, etc. He has been very helpful to me over the years in sorting out details for my projects.
I'm also glad to see that Jim Finney's life-long love affair with Model T's is being "officially" recognized. The MTFCI has bestowed its annual "Lifetime Achievement Award" upon Jim, and it is well-deserved. A visit to Jim's place is almost as good as going to the Henry Ford Museum.
It used to be that the MTFCA's magazine was head and shoulders above the MTFCI's (my opinion), but now the Model T Times' arrival is as welcome at my house as the Vintage Ford's. The new Times editor and her staff are doing a great job.
Spell check didn't catch "git"? It must be the Southern edition.
Git is in our word list, it has 2 definitions.
One is slang variant of get, mainly New England, Midland U.S., & Southern U.S
Other is British(noun), a contemptible person, often a fool or a bastard [from get (in the sense: to beget, hence a bastard, fool)]
It sure caught "Congrats" on my cell phone. Turned it into "Congress".
John S. and the rest of you guys...ah... thanks for the support.
You know being a volunteer editor makes for easy work, if he gets some query on mundane T stuff. The hard questions placed to me will be sent on to the real experts out there for help
Up to then, will likely be in this position..
Aren't you supposed to chock a front wheel before you crank your car?
But the turbo discs in the trans were to prevent creeping run-over
That's guy is adjusting the headlites... ws
I thank Dan also, always good and factual knowledge.
Here in Sweden, I have the help of my son, daughter Zabina.
Good way to keep your tyres white.