I took my T to the school that I retired from two years ago, and continue to teach the students about the T and how it changed the world. I had eight classes of freshmen in two days, and worth it. If we donít nurture the youth today they wonít care about the old cars later. Bruce
Excellent idea Bruce. I wanna do that someday with mine.
That's great! Thanks for taking time to introduce others to the T.
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When my Mrs. 2 grand daughters (from her first marriage), were living with us I used to pick them up from elementary school in my 27 Tudor.
One day on the way home I said, "Model T's don't need no stinking roads" and made a turn into a shallow drainage ditch, across a field, through the back yard of a vacant house, through another drainage ditch and out on to the street where I live. They won't forget their crazy step-Grandma soon. I gave many of their school friends and even the Principal of their school, rides in "Lizzie' too.
When I was teaching, I used to drive my T's to school sometimes. The kids and the teachers always seemed to enjoy it.