My youngest son ask to drive my 1949 Plymouth this afternoon and asked, Dad is this the car that the ignition switch turns both ways to start the car? No son, Thats the Model T, The 49 starts like your car. A couple of months ago my other son went to drive my 41 Olds and came back in the kitchen and said that battery was dead. He had forgot on the Olds you have to push the starter pedal. I have a feeling I just got too many cars.
Will,What number is that so I won't get too close. I have 26 Buick, 27"T", 46 Plymouth,50 Dodge truck, 65 Corvair convertible, 72 Mercury Comet & a 74 MGB GT (Everyone should have one British car to drive them nuts, with me it was a very short drive!
we used to say - How can Britania rule the waves while you can't drive their carts thru a mud puddle.
If you really, REALLY want to go nuts, try steam.
I had steam.......a 1907 60 HP Case engine.
I got steam out of my system when I was married to the darn thing at the local show and I had other toys I wanted to play with too.
Still love steam......just don't want to own it.
As for cars......I have the '19 Touring T, '25 Dodge Business Sedan, '27 Tudor T, '29 Tudor Model A, '59 Chev and a '65 Mustang Coupe.
That's too many cars.......hasta la vista Model A.
It seems either they all run or none of them run.
Having problems with three of 'em this week...maybe I have too many.
'14 Hudson, '15 T, '20 T, two '24 Ts, three '40 Fords, '48 Ford, '49 Stude, '62 Buick, '65 El Camino, '75 Ford F250.
Bob, you got that right. Currently not running: 1915 T roadster, 1923 T touring, 1923 T Fordor, 1939 Packard 1700, 1937 Allis WD, 1945 Allis B, 1948 Allis C, 1950 Allis WD, Dixon 305 ZTR mower. Running: 1973 uburban, 1994 Camry, Aircap push mower.