Myself and a couple neighbors cruised to the local Dairy Queen for some goodies this afternoon.
Lot of people thought it was a car show.
So much fun it must have been illegal!
I think that is illegal in some states :D
Very cool body on your speedster. Did you build it yourself?
A few weeks ago on a HOT Sunday afternoon I called a friend who came along with my wife and me in my Tudor.
We went for a 17-20 mile back-road ride to another town with an ice cream shop and back-roaded it home too.
It WAS fun.......
It will not be Ice cream this but coffee and pie this afternoon. To cold and grey for ice cream.
Fine body on your speedster. can we have a few more photos please.
keep it safe
On one of my many trips to the local ice cream stand, my wife Pat and I were sitting on a bench watching all the people looking at our 1926 coupe. When a young couple pulled up and parked right next to it with a brand new electric BMW. They were very excited looking at the coupe and had many question. They were even more pleased when I told them to sit inside and offered to take their picture with my improved Ford.
"I didn't sleep in a Holiday Inn last night, but I do drive a 1926 Model T Ford Doctors Coupe"
Andre..its never too cold for ice cream! You just have to drive a modern car with doors, windows and HEAT!! Every time we drive a T to the ice cream store at the dairy operation in a nearby town it turns out to be a one-car car show. So we started to take a different T each time, as it seems like there's always a "regular" there when we go!! Such fun.
I built the body a few years ago.
A friend has a '27 Hudson boattail and that got me going to build one.
It was a fun project.
Has a Rajo BB head and Winfield carb.
I'm lucky enough to have the number 1 rated gourmet ice cream company exactly 1 mile from my car barn. It makes a perfect test run, a mile down there. Then relax and enjoy some ice cream.
Then the ride back to the barn refreshed and ready to get back to work. Snoqualimie Ice Cream has the highest real cream content of any ice cream company in the state. Think I need to take a road test later today.
Had My Ice Cream this afternoon, Needed to test the The MV on the 1922 model T.
Went to a place called "The Ice Cream Avenue" in Averbode 4 miles from home. All are selling home made Ice cream. A lot of flavors, took chocolate, lemon and strawberry.
Ice cream, Model Ts and grandchildren.
Can it get any better?
I am not that crazy about ice cream, but about five miles from my house in rural Texas there is an even better place. A pub that serves cold brews. Sometime I take a T and sometime some friends or family join with their model T cars.
How do you get home after a few cold brews??
Ice cream is safer!!!!
I Use the beer at home to set down for a while as I can't find some T solutions, helps great.
Andre, I'm with you there! One cold brew frankly, and I'm done! Guess that's why I'm a tea-totaller
Andre and Tim, I did not say to stay there till they were out of brews. You social drink and leave before you have to many. At home I do not have the friends to visit with. Also the road back home is a country road with little traffic.
OH, the ice cream may be worst for your weight than a few brews.
Bob - Did you ever get the Simplex caps on your wheels? Can't tell from the photos.
No, I haven't done it yet.
Maybe this will get my butt in gear.
I'm beginning to think I have too many cars.
I have a hard time keeping up with them.
Yours sure look nice.