1929 Essex (2) 31 Essex's, 1927 nternational
68 firebird 400 4 sp ragtop ,
26 T tudor (ruxell, gas gauge,dome light, wire wheels ,
23 T roadster
1928 Willys knight (56) 68 camaro
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I can hear them wimpering now Come on just one last ride.....
-39 C here today,....
I think it would be more like
PLEASE don't make us go out there
Been there done that 2 years 4 months in Fairbanks Ak unplug the block warmer in the '49 chev crank it and drive 10 miles to get enough heat for the Bias ply tires to quit going bump ...bump etc But I did enjoy ice racing with my yamaha 125 Dang that was fun!
50F here today.
Drove the ol' T about 50 miles yesterday with 60 other old cars on the New Years Day tour.
Saturday going to the club meeting about 15 miles away.
Oh yeah...it rains all the time here!
-39 C is equel to - 38.2 F
No matter how bad I wanted to go for a ride
I just could not do it ,
my newer pick up won't even turn over
Well take care and dream of spring.
Wow, I thought the current -12°F in Northern New York was cold, but your temperature makes it seem balmy here.
By the way I have been to Mountain, ONT many times but not in the last 50 Years or so. My Maternal grandfather was from that area, we used to go back to visit relatives when I was a child, mostly late 1940s and 1950s. Took the ferry from Ogdensburg, NY to Prescott, Ont.
My home was built in 1856 so you may have been by it
and I have to say the last two days seem to have fe,t like the coldest I remember
shawn, love your old barn. too many people are too cheep to keep a good roof on em and they then fall down. predicted high of -15f here in mpls on monday, very rare, good day to just look out the window
It was cool here this morning. So I decided to heat the shop. I opened the bay door and in about 30 minutes I was down to a tee shirt and a short sleeve work shirt. Iam trying to keep the heating bill down so the door trick is working so far. Scott
That is a nice collection of vehicles you have there.I only have one "T". It is a touring car with a 1919 non starter engine and tranny. The body is a combination '26-'27. I have a 1919 body that is being restored by a local guy here that has restored a couple of pickups. I have no experience in body work. I hope to get that body on it in the spring.
I am sure I must have passed by your house many years ago. I love old houses, although mine is not.
My Grandfather passed away in 1960, so it was before that.During the late 1940s and through the 1950s we went 3 or 4 times each summer to visit relatives in Mountain and surrounding area.
My Grandfather had a sister that lived in the area
The names I remember from those days are Berry and Price.
It has warmed up here to about - 4°F. A very bright sunny day in Northern New York.
William , you should come to the Ogdensburg NY
car show , we go every year , you are about an hour away
Yes I would like to go, I went to the one last summer at the 1000 Island bridge birthday celebration. There were 3 "Ts" there from Canada, I think they were all driven by members of one family.
Do you know the date of the Ogdensburg show. Is it the one they have during the Seaway Festival?