This picture was taken at over 19,000 feet. I just got through shrinking it, so I don't think I have had it one the Forum before. Its at Rock Cut on Trail Ridge overlook. The picture was taken in May.
Nice photo but I think you are a little over on your elevation. The highest point on the Trail Ridge Rd is 12,183 and that is in open tundra.
Rock Cut is 12,090 ft elevation.
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Jim - Dave is most likely using 1.3087 miles below sea level as a datum point.
In any case the car looks great!
Jim, Thanks it looks like I hit the wrong button again. Once you get to Rock cut you are getting close to the top. You even get to go downhill for a little ways before you start the final climb to the top.
Rock Cut Again
While I am at it I have a picture of my 24 coupe, taken on 6/10/08 at Rock Cut. Its only one of two of my Ts that made it to top without ever using low pedal. I have used low pedal in the rest of my Ts in several places.
Looks like 1912 Tourabout. Is that a Ford body or an aftermarket body/back seat. I have an aftermarket body like that I want to put on a 1912 running gear and am needing information.
The tourabout was only offered in 1910 model year.
Wow, That must have been great, Having asthma I'm not sure I could breath at that altitude but it would be a trip to remember.
Royce, you are right about the Ford made Tourabout. The body I have is clearly not Ford factory made. I was told that it was possibly made by Hercules and sold through Sears. I have yet to find any evidence to support this claim.