Seeing Jays picture of the coupe reminds of something I would like to see someone manufacture again, RADIATOR COVERS. I use my Ts every day in the winter and think that would be a good addition. I have no idea of the demand for such an item maybe none.
Dave, great photos; what was the temp on that day? I guess you can remove the fan belt in winter to help keep things warm.
The first two pictures were taken in May. I think it was fairly warm.
Taking the fan belt off is a good idea, I never thought about doing that. We have very mild winters here in Berthoud but there are mornings that would be good. I think next winter I am going to do that!
I also have a fan hanging on the wall that I have never tried. It has fan blades that you can revolve to flatten blades in the winter. There are a lot of those fans around here, but I have never talked to anyone that has tried one of them. I used to know a guy with ten of them.
By the way on you trip was it ever cold enough to remove the fan belt?
No cold weather during the trip; mostly the opposite; but it was a bit chilly driving in the clouds in the mountains of southern Armenia.
Dave, tell us about your cars. I like the look of your centredoor with the wood trim around the windows and matching wheels.