A friend of mine has a brother who is trying to get this off the ground
I sold him "Henry" , our old 1923 TT about a year ago. It was a really sweet running truck, top speed about 20 MPH though. He told me that is what he was going to do, but that sure isn't old Henry. I drove Henry about 30 miles one day, and that was far enough for me.
I wish him luck. That will be worth watching.
I hope someone will keep us posted on their whereabouts as they cross the country. Some of us might like to drive along with them for a day or two when they are nearby.
While watching that one, I found this video of Adrian's TT hauling hay. There's some bad wind noise, but it's still a good show.
Notice how he cranks it......hope it does not kick
The hay truck makes me wish I were back in Missouri on my hobby farm. Then I remember the humidity and bugs. Here in Tucson we only have the heat. 108 today. It's dry ;-)
I had one of those big plastic containers, around 4'x4'x4', That they shipped pickle juice in. I would put it in the bed of my 28 open pickup fill it with water and water the trees on my 800' driveway. We had a wonderful lab/golden that would run around the truck, just like the one in the movie, tail wagging. She passed away 3 weeks ago and we miss her so.
I noticed the first comment by the narrator was "No AC" we had exactly the same response from almost everyone including an interviewer in St Louis who could not understand how anyone could possibly travel across the USA in a car without air conditioning.
As a civilisation we sure have become soft, no wonder some new owners find it hard to drive more than a few miles from home in case they might have a problem such as a flat tire.