Got a chuckle today when I made my Auto Train reservation for the Model T. When the lady asked what kind of car it was I told her it was a 1919 Ford Model T touring car. She said, Does that still drive? I said yes, I drive it all over America. Then she asked if it had at least 4 inches of ground clearance and I told her it had 30 inch tires. She asked if it was one of those jacked up trucks. Someday's its just fun to be alive.
Can They take RVs on the Auto Train? Dan
No RV's only cars and motorcyles. Some SUV may even not fit, Hummers for sure can't
Took our Buick Enclave on it, but they drive the car and load it for you.....bet the driver staff can't know what pedal to push on with a T!
I did have a long talk about the T and how to drive it, They assured me that they could do it. Now if it happens is yet to be seen.
Your car and not be over 88 inches high and 84 wide. I had a long talk with the lady about the Model T's transmission and she assured me they have done this before. Im waiting for them to ask me to load it.
I bet the staff will scratch their heads, and tell you to load it while they ride and supervise.I have a similar problem if I take my 66 F100 to get a oil change at the local quicky place.
The staff cant figure it out.So they watch close as I drive it in. 3 on the tree and 3 pedals,leaves them stumped.
Amtrak is way late to the game. When I rode a Ferromex train from Mexicali south through Sonora thirty years ago there were flatcars carrying not only cars, but motor homes and vacation trailers.