This years March long weekend rally was held in Coleraine and district, Western Victoria, Australia. Twelve cars and crews attended, most camping on our tour hosts property. This was my first rally in my 1916 Touring which my Dad restored 40 years ago. It went well with some minor adjustments required over the weekend.
A few more pictures
Holy cow...that black and white dog in the red mother-in-law roadster looks identical to mine! We never put her in the T's because my wife's afraid she'll jump out after something, so the Model A is the "dogs car"...and she loves it of course. Maybe someday we'll get brave and take her out in the Touring.
Those are very nice photos Warwick. Thank you for sharing them with us.
It looks like some of the aluminium bonnets are unpainted and one is white. What's the story on those?
We take our two fur-kids in our touring with us. My husband attached two hooks at the bottom of the back seat - I have a cable that is run between the two hooks, to that I have a leash splitter and each dog is fastened by their collar to the splitter. It allows them to stand up, walk on the backseat, jump down to the floor and look out the windows but they cannot jump or fall out. When we park the car and have to walk away they are fastened by the same splitter to their harness - that way IF they even thought about jumping they would hang from the harness and not their neck. This has worked very well for the past two years that they have been going with us.
Looks like all had a great time. Sorry we missed it guys!
It does appear as though someone's T required more than "minor adjustments". Beautiful cars! Looks like a good time was had by all! Well, most all?
Drive carefully, and enjoy, W2
great set of pics Warwick, my fav is pic # 5, with a little creative de-coloring you would have a 95 year old pic.
Looks like you all had a great time.....except for the odd repair.. great job.