If you're going to the OCF, I'd love to put faces with forum names. Stop by the narrators stand or by our 1914 Touring and say HI. But it will be catch-as-catch-can as I get a little busy at OCF.
Since getting our T, I have never met a bunch of nicer, more helpful people than T people.
Will do. Putting the interior in my coupe today, roof on tomorrow, and the rest of the body panels on in my spare time Monday. Can't wait for next weekend.
Wow,Jamesdean! That's cutting it close -- pun intended.
Marty - Will do. BTW, did you get the reflector installed in your '14 headlight? Just wondering.
I'm installing a new Prest-o-lite tank on our '14 Touring this weekend & getting it ready for the OCF.
This is one of the most enjoyable events we go to all year.
I'll have my S Roadster at the OCF. It's the highlight of the summer.... well fall. See you there!
Ditto for me and my 1916 Touring! Last year was my first ever OCF and it was by far the highlight of my entire year! I had SUCH a great time and my family enjoyed it as well. We have two nights booked at the historic Dearborn Inn so my wife is especially happy! See you all there!
There is NO other event like the Old Car Festival. NONE! Unless you count the companion Greenfield Village event: the Motor Muster.
There is NO other car event like the Old Car Festival. NONE! Unless you count the companion car event at Greenfield Village: The Motor Muster.
Where is the "narrators stand"? Is that near the bleachers?
Yes, that is where the cars go for Pass and Review.
This year yet again I cannot attend Too many kids starting college this week. Here's a pass by review video from a few years back of us Have fun everyone!!!
Hi Darren - That's a bummer! Anyway, we hope there'l be pictures posted and that you can make it next year.
It was nice meeting you today Marty, I hope the hot dog was good, straight from the Model T manifold. What a beautiful day it was.
Marty, it was nice meeting you Saturday. BTW nice fire truck!
I hope this years OCF experience was as great for you, as it was for me.
Do you know who owns the cream colored '27 touring, which was tagged as a 1906 Buick?
Jamesdean, nice meeting you too!!! And thanks!