There were quite a few Model Ts on the 59th Annual Autumn Leaf Tour this past weekend in the Carpenteria and Santa Barbara area. My wife Cindy & I shot this video. Enjoy
Thanks for the great video. I'm a member of the HCCA but don't own a pre-1916 car to tour with. I know what it's like to tour with Model Ts but always thought I would like to tour at least once with other makes of cars. I love to hear the different engines running on your video and beautiful scenery.
Thank you for the kind words Mike! I have been a member of the HCCA my entire life and have attended these Autumn Leaf Tours since the early 60's. Our '15 Touring performed well and we were in the fine company of other Model Ts, Model As, a 2 cylinder Reo & Buick as well as a few 4 cylinder Buicks and many other fine automobiles. This was not a "National" tour so post 1915 vehicles were allowed as well.
Bill, I sure hope you'll post that to the HCCA website, hcca.org. If you have trouble, ask Brad Balduff, the webmaster, to help you. Thanks!
Gil: I tried the last time... couldn't get anything to work. Sent emails , etc. that's why it's posted here.
I enjoyed the videos very much and saw some friends from the San Diego group there too Helen enjoyed dressing in antique clothes and i wore my Keystone cop outfit when we attended years ago
Bill, call Brad Balduff directly. Ask him what to do, and ask for his help. I'm trying to get more use of the HCCA discussion forums while I'm still on the board (my term expires in February and I'm not re-upping), and this is exactly the sort of contribution we need. If Brad can't help you, please e-mail me directly and I'll call him. He'll listen to me!
By the way, I loved seeing the two-cylinder Buicks (I had one until a couple of years ago and they're great cars), the two-cylinder REO, and the 1912 Buick Model 35 (I have one and have driven it over 1350 miles this year).
Gil: I'll give it another shot. Thank you