Well its an absolutely beautiful night here in Ma., and the only thing that could make it better, is being fortunate enough to own a model T and take the wife for a little blast Forgive the wind noise and my horrible shifting, but on the upside my vid lost the sound the last minute or two
Try a foam rubber shield over your microphone to cut down the wind noise..
Thanks Steve, the first pass we made the wife forgot to press record, but she swears its not her fault
Great vid John! Much better than even my 3rd attempt.
Danial, I've owned my car for 3 month's, and have been driving it a little over 3 weeks. I think this forum needs more vids of what it is like to actually drive a T. I think the more vids here the better!
There have been a lot of great vids posted over the few years I have been here, John. But I agree, the more the merrier.
Steve Jelf posted one of my favs where he drives into his local town. Quite a production with a lot of great out-of-vehicle camera angles. Wish I had the link..
Steve? Is that still on You Tube?
Hi John "Mass" and I think I saw a sign #123?
If so perhaps we get together 123 isnt far away.
Samuel, i am right on 123 at the intersection of 140..please feel free to contact me any time, would love nothing better than to meet another T enthusiast in my area
Thanks John, by the way I ran the school buses
there for 20 yrs back in the day. Lopes Bus Line Inc
behind George Scotts garage across from Fernandes
super market and honey dew.
Nice drive! I'm still working on getting smooth shifts from low to high as well. The police might frown on sliding through that stop sign though. They tend to be minimally understanding of the Model T's anemic braking capabilities.
I giggled when he rolled through the sign too but I do it all the time. It's just a lot easier on the T than coming to a complete stop.
Danial, here you go. I need to follow my own advice about the foam screen.
Always enjoyed that video Steve. Wife and I watched it again over coffee this morning and it brought us back to our T days Thank you all who post driving videos
I like the open rear door that closes itself as Steve is pulling away from his garage.
John, this was my first drive on a tour in Alabama with the TN. T's. The problem was, I was driving and filming at the same time.....You see what my wife Pat was doing.....cell phone....after that she said she will film for now on.....lol
Thanks Steve! Saved it this time...grin...
I was still working on learning the shifting vs fuel delivery vs shift timing here:
John, in which frame do you give your wife "a little blast"?
Terry, what's your problem? are you 12 years old or just someone with no respect to other posters here?..
If you had made that comment in my presence, you would be missing a mouth full of teeth, but it seems easy to make crude remarks on the internet, even here on a forum designed to bring people together.