The other day I mentioned using T era music in Model T videos, and Orlando Ortega kindly sent this video link to share. Makes me want to get in a T and go.
A lot of videos that I have seen would be great videos if it was not for the crappy music playing so loud.
The video above has good music, not too loud and not repeated over and over.
No music at all is better than annoying music in a video.
Very cool vid, i would love to be able to drive my car on the open road like that for 50+ miles at a time, judging from what i was told from the last owners, it was just a periodic jaunt along with the usual parades. Hopefully i can figure out a way to give her a nice dose of the open road to see how she does.
Great video and information Steve, Thank you for posting. Makes me wish I was living in Albuquerque, NM. My daughter Nancy used to live there and we always enjoyed good out to visit with and the family.
PS: Back in 2003 I bought a 1948 Buick Super in Las Vegas and drove it home the Walpole, NH in five days. You can check out my trip here: http://www.prewarcar.com/postwarclassic/magazine/previous-features/live-free-or- die-013871.html
I loved the video. It is my plan to drive in a tour some day. For now I have to keep working on my car getting it ready to go. If anyone has more video of tours please post them.
Great video! Wonderful documentation of their tour, along with enough historical info to be educational for non-T viewers. I thought the original Bill of Sale for a '14 was interesting; the charge for ten gallons of gas was a dollar, and a gallon of oil cost 50 cents.
The ABQ club has been at the forefront of Model T-ing for years, and this is a good example of that. The video mentions two current members who are Rosenthal Award recipients! I saw a few folks in the video whom I know, and several others I'd like to get to know. I hope I'll be able to join them for a tour someday.