I'm loading up the trailer for next weekends Homecoming event at Richmond, Indiana and was curious about a few things.
How many of us are planning on attending?
How many swap spaces have been sold? (I've got 3 spaces)
I'm just trying to figure out how much stuff to bring for the swap meet. I want to support the event but don't want to handle a lot of stuff unnecessarily.
If anyone needs anything in particular, send me a note.
I will be there to look and listen. Do not need much for my 1910 Touring.
My wife and I will be attending for sure. We will be bringing our T with us as long as the weather is fairly decent.
i'll be there and bringing a couple of other T owners with me. looking for wide square hole hogs head and late 1 pc pan or a conversion for my early '11 ford.
Where can a modern car park near the museum?
plenty of street parking around the area or any lot, parking is no problem
I'm looking for early rear radius rods with cast ends, two piece driveshaft, small misc parts for a 12
I will be there and so will russ potter and brent mize and tony from tw timers and I hope a lot of other vendors too. staying at the KOA campground. if its nice I will drive the T to the show and tell.
Sorry to say I will not be able to be there. Julie, my SO has finished her Masters in SW and will be in Lawrence Kansas getting her diploma, and I will be there giving her my support. On my list for next year.
Sorry to say that I won't be there either. I'm vending at the Little Hershey Swap Meet in Belivdere, IL, sponsored by the Rockford, IL Model T Club.
I'm bringing lots of T parts, including a replated '26 - '27 Nickel Radiator shell, a used high radiator, '23 to '25 complete windshield & stantions, exhaust cut out, Stromberg OF Carburetor, a rebuildable starter, rebuildable magneto ring, and lots of other parts.
There's an old saying "You can't kiss all the pretty girls" (), and I can't be in two places at once.