I hope I'm not repeating this, but I could not find that I had already posted this.
For those that do not know, I am a Grad student at Texas Tech University. The past semester I ask a few question about the 1926 Ford Model T that I was working on for the Museum of TTU. It was a great project to work on and I learned many things about the Model T. I posted all 600+ photos in an album online here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/75847416@N00/sets/72157644550594671/.
If anyone is interested, I also have the report that I wrote, it is 66 total pages. About 20 pages of research, 18 pages of spreadsheets, 22 pages of photos that tie to the spreadsheets, and a few pages of other stuff. I will forward you a link to download the PDF.
I want to thank everyone on here that help me with my research and learning about the Ford Model T!!
Could not get it to pull up. Please check the link and make sure it is correct. The link is blue and underlined up until the 6 just before the @ so there may be an error in your listing of it at that point. I'd be interested in reading your report. How do I go about getting a copy of the 66 pages. Jim Patrick
You do have to copy and paste the full link, the forum cuts off the link at the @. Nothing I can do about that. Thanks for pointing that out!
Yep, copy & paste works. Apparently the @ is a problem for the forum software.
I don't know about other browsers, but if you use Google Chrome, you can highlight the full link, then right click on it and a command box will appear. Scroll down inside the command box and left click on "Go To ......", where ....... is the full link.
Thanks for the link, Andrew, that's a neat school project.