Here are some more of my Arkansas Model T pics. These were from the estate of a W H Faucett He lived near the towns of Sheridan/Hensley Arkansas in Grant County. Two of the pics are not Ts but I thought they were nice and went with the others historically. I do not know anything else about the family. I did trace down and contact the granddaughter of W H Faucett about the pics and other personal items I bought at the auction sale that had alot of his stuff in it (including the family Bible). She told me the family had no interest in any of that stuff, and it was just junk and leftovers from his estate they were getting rid of. I would love to have some pics like these and other items from my grandparents, but some people do not care anything about any old stuff unless they think it is worth a lot of money. But at least some of us Model T guys (and gals) will enjoy looking at some of it. So I say to Mr. Faucett if he is looking down upon us. I for one enjoy the pics and thanks for taking them. and maybe some of the other model T-ers will like them too.
sorry for posting the one pic twice. The first one did not show up till after I posted the second one. ?????
Faucett4 isn't a T. These are cool though. Love the road surfaces and the brick with the pickup.
Thanks Donnie, If we still had that toy car, it would be worth something I bet. Never saw one quite like it.
I knew the one is not a T. Any ideas as to what it is. I also thought it was an appropriate time of year to show the pedal car pic. There family had to be better off than our family as nobody in our family could have afforded a pedal car like that back in the day.
1916 buick , i believe is the odd ball. he sure liked to customize his T's, probably water pumps too
That second picture is an interesting speedster. Actually, so is the first one.
Thank you Donnie B! And thank you Mr Faucett!
Drive carefully, and enjoy, W2
A person will probably never know, but Ive wondered if the pickup was the car the homemade speedster by the lake was made from, and then later converted to the other speedster with disc wheels. It looks like the speedster with the disc wheels is a factory body. ????? just speculation ...