I´m attaching some pictures of the Recoleta-Tigre exhibition race, last weekend. There was a lot of cars, previous to 1920, many of them Model T´s. I want to share this with you, I hope you enjoy it.
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Thanks for sharing Gabriel, very good photos! KGB
Beautiful cars on a beautiful spring day. Very nice. I like your profile picture.
Neat, thanks for sharing!
Thank you for posting the photos. It looks like some of the Model Ts are right hand drive (RHD) – one of the red ones and others are left hand drive (LHD). Do you know if both types were produced or assembled in Argentina? And did both doors open on the RHD cars?
Again great photos.
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These photos give me hope :-)Very slim pickings here in Latin America
In a lot of South American countries I wouldn't expect to see many Model T's, but it's not surprising to see them in Argentina where they were manufactured.
Thank you for sharing these photos with us! It is always wonderful to see antique automobiles being enjoyed around the world.
Yes, your profile photo is great!
Drive carefully, and enjoy, W2
Hap, as long as I know, all Model T´s produced in Argentina or imported from USA were LHD. There´s some RHD Model T´s here as you saw, but those were imported from Canada. However, Model A´s and V8 Fords produced in Argentina were RHD until June 10th, 1945.