Our camera's battery went dead, so there aren't to many good pics. We took the boy(grandson) After one day of driving over 100 miles, he said "Papa, you not done driving yet, we have to drive some more" so we did. Another good one was when a modern car got in between the T's while we were touring, the boy would make a grrr sound and say that the car doesn't belong there, "go, get". He really enjoyed the tour( this is his 3rd tour)
Pony Bridge, last surviving example. Made of cast iron and rods. We were allowed to drive over it.
Mario Andretti's house
The boy checking out the forum after a hard day of touring
The tour was held in Quakertown, Pa, and the guitars were from a tour of Martin Guitar factory, the bridge is in Hellertown, Pa
I noticed there is a Model A. Is this meet open to T's and A's? If so how many of each were there?
There were three model A's on this tour. It is a Model T regional group, but any old Ford is welcome as long as you're a member. One year I drove my Model A.