This is a long one with my usual talents attached.
I'm the fat guy on the left at 2:07.
Also me at 32:52 getting my Model N ready to go.
Yup, it's all about me ;>)
Great video, (even though I'm in it)!!!
Great Vid Mr. Booth, can anybody ID the red coupe at the 6:44 mark, sitting on the grass?
Don, Thanks for the video. WOW !!!. I have just added another thing to the "Bucket List". I have never seen anything about this event. How big is that place.?? I have a T ready, so maybe soon, Or get in gear and get the 1908 Reliable Dayton ready .... Can you post some info as to rules, registration, where to park the modern vehicles, ect. Thanks again, It was a very good video, I watched all of it ....
Jerry I made every attempt to make it about you...but its hard to do when I have no idea what you look like
Donnie, Greenfield Village is quite a large chunk of property. The best thing to do is visit www.thehenryford.org and look up the events information. There are some hoops to jump through before your car is accepted to participate. It is worth it 100 times over.
Good video, thanks.
Thanks Don, I appreciate the effort!
Sorry i missed you again Don but i did see Ed and your brothers model A! Thank you for the great video and it is in my favorites!Bud.
So is this you Jerry?
Don- Thank you so much for the great video. I know these things take a lot of time to make and your efforts are really appreciated. Thanks again.
Don, thank you for the wonderful video. My wife & I visited Greenfield village in june.....brought back great memories.
Thank you for a wonderful video with all the sounds of the event!!!!!!!!!!
Such a variety of vehicles and sights. Thanks for taking us there--and thanks to Rob and others for their photos.
I got busted by the Fuzz @ 22:00. Wrong way down an unmarked one way. He told me it was in the information packet that I was supposed to read. "Ain't Nobody Got Time Fo Dat!"
Me neither Ed! I wonder if anyone videoed the Gas Light tour?? Bud.
Great video. Some times I hate living in Califuny. All the Great Vintage Car Show's and barn finds are back east.
Jerry V. We met you and your Dad at the Jamboree in Ludington a few years ago. Sorry to have missed you this time. I want to bring a camper, both T's, and stay in the parking lot next year. The cars are nice, but the people at the OCF are the real reason to be there.
Donnie Brown...I'll try to post the link to the OCF website. It should get you on the track to next year with info you need. Hopefully I'll be there with my '12 Comm. Roadster Pickup once its engine gets rebuilt and I acquire the enclosed trailer I'm shopping for now! http://www.thehenryford.org/events/oldCarFestival.aspx
Yup, that's me.
Glad to have met you. Model T camping on site would be great. It's something I'd like to do too but with all the other projects I'll probably never get around to it. You're right about the people. I do 50% looking at cars & 50% talking to people.
Don - That's a very nice video. Thank you for making, editing, and posting it.
Thanks for posting! At least I could pretend I was there for 48 minutes and 40 seconds! NEXT YEAR!!!!!
My pleasure posting the vid. It was a unbelievable show this year. I only wish they could have done something about the wasps buzzing around. It was way too big of show to take it all in. Ed Baudoux was a crack up. He spent almost the entire weekend driving that '27 Fordor around. Ed really did a great job on the engine that thing purred like a kitten.
Just a crazy idea for next year??
How about a early car flea market/swap meet on Friday afternoon in the parking lots before the registration?
All proceeds from registration for the flea market go to Piquette Plant restoration.
Great video Don. Thanks for taking the time to post it for everyone. The last 3 cars in the video are the cars Don has been working on for the last few years. They all looked great. I hope your brother with that fine Model A didn't get into to much trouble with his "Tommy Gun". JD
Thanks for the video Don. It answered my question on what finish of the wood rim of my Fat-Man steering wheel. The Kissel Car nailed it: High Gloss. I also enjoyed the ride on the left running board ;o)