WELL IT IS OFFICALLY!!! WE ARE NOW A MODEL T CLUB."MODEL T FORD CLUB OF UTAH" IT HAS BEEN ALOT OF WORK BUT WELL WORTH IT. WE HAVE BEEN WORKING ON THIS FOR TWO YEARS AND I WOULD LIKE TO THANK ALL OF UTAH MODEL T'ERS AND FOR THOSE NOT IN UTAH FOR THEIR SUPPORT,DEDICATION AND WILLINGNESS TO HELP OUT THIS COULDN'T HAPPEN WITHOUT ALL OF YOU. I KNOW THIER ARE MORE UATH MODEL T'ERS OUT THERE THAT WE HAVE NOT BEEN ABLE TO CONTACT SO LET US HEAR FROM YOU CALL ME OR E-MAIL ME WE ARE VERY EXCITED ABOUT THIS AWSOME CLUB THANKS!!! YOUR PREZ!! DOUG JENKINS 801-725-0207 E-MAIL email@example.com HAPPY T'EN
Congratulations and good luck!
You guys should have some great local tours. You have some of the most beautiful touring country on the planet.
Good luck guys from Australia!
Having a few tours or car shows etc. will probably help you discover a few other Model T folks in the area. There are often more Ts out there -- just hidden in the garage etc.
Good luck with your group and spring should be a great time to get folks to join in with the nice weather etc.
And depending on how many folks need to fix their Ts so they can drive them etc., the show and tell times or how to repair x,y,z are the part some folks will like best.
And if you need an inexpensive place for a web site, Hemmings Offers a free web hosting (up to 200 megabytes) with the restriction that you do not run car ads (lets see they make their money from car ads.. yeah that makes sense). See: http://www.hemmings.com/clubs/hosting
Also have them add your club to their club listing see: http://www.hemmings.com/clubs/listing
Good luck with your new group -- I'm sure you will have many miles of smiles.
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY CLUB UTAH !
Drive carefully, and enjoy, W2
Doug, congratulations on getting the Utah Model T'ers together. Feel free to contact the MTFCA office or any board member for any assistance you may need. We are glad you chose to be a member of the MTFCA. Welcome!
Congratulations! There are a lot of guys in east Idaho with T's, one guy I know in Idaho Falls has at least a dozen, (he's just finishing up a 1918 Coupelet and just bought a 10 or 11) they are probably closer to you than some of the southern Utah guys are. We are only about 450 miles from you in Montana. There are a couple guys in Jackson Hole that have several T's and two or three that I know of in the Rock Springs/Green River area.
Might be more people for you.
I make it to Ogden or SLC once or twice a year with mine.
Let us know what you are doing. We could drive 200 miles to an event.
A. Gustaf Bryngelson,
Quote:" I make it to Ogden or SLC once or twice a year with mine."
I hope you can find the time to bring the wounded to the aid station more then once or twice a year! The sooner the better.
...........and Best Wishes too from New Zealand MTFCNZ. Rod McKenzie.
I transport wounded much more often the once or twice a year, but traveling to Utah is a bit dangerous due to the fact that I travel down there with an open trailer, and it tends to cause a disruption in the traffic on the freeway. I had a motorcyclist drive beside me for a quarter mile with out looking forward, and on two occasions I have had some one cut in front of me so I had to change lanes to get around them just so they could get a photo from the other side.