This guy .....
Thank Goodness Too ....
Cause as you can clearly see ....
These other guys do not have a clue on how to
get this Model T Snowmobile into the museum
He gives them directions ....
Looks like it is working ....
Getting Closer ....
Just a few more feet ....
Thank You Guys ....
And The Little Boss ...
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Public to experience living history up close
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Looks like I need to go to Hershey again next year so I can stop and see that.
Great story. Thank you for sharing. I need to get there (on my bucket list).
You will never see it in Hershey. That's way too far. Just a hop skip and a step past Indianapolis. I need to stop there one day soon myself.
Afterwards you can head up to the Henry Ford and get a ride in a Model T!
Hey Rob, we Australians have been there and you havn't? Tut Tut. It was on my bucket list as was a ride in a Ford Trimotor and your K Model. Better get your act together, like Bob Trevan your not getting any younger.
I had thought about using potato digger chain like that once, but all the chain that I had available was so worn out that it would not have lasted a mile.
Thanks Jim Thode, somehow missed this continuation. Glad the other Jim got there OK, and it's in its new home. Now to find out some history on it and it's "passenger" and see what happens while the snowmobile is in the museum. We now might have a new museum curator!! Need to get back, I'm sure there's a lot of change since I was there a year ago. And what happened to Ruth? Someone said she's gone?
i am sorry what city and state is this located at