That's Adelaide Black Powder Muzzle Loading Club. Our T club visited their range on the weekend and we were given the opportunity to fire their weapons. If you thought T's were loud and smokey, they have nothing on these guys. We had quite an eventful trip, getting lost on the way, but the refreshments and barbecue made up for it.
We had a good lineup of cars as shown.
Allan - I'm thinking that the car in your second picture would be properly called a "shooting brake". Would that be correct? If so, this picture very nicely demonstrates a Model "T" FORD Shooting Brake being used for an activity for which it was designed! Nice photos whatever the case,......harold
I do believe that Harold S is correct!
That all sounds like it was a lot of fun. Thank you for sharing it.
Drive carefully, and enjoy, W2
Harold, you are right about the shooting brake. I had captioned the second photo with "A bunch of cowboys in my 1917 shooting brake" but it got lost in the journey from my smart phone. I guess that means it is a not so smart phone. Our club magazine editor had us set up the photo for the magazine.
Glad you enjoyed.
Allan from down under.
Allan & Wayne - In case you have not done it, if you click on my name, there's a photo of my grandson and me, in our '27 depot hack. It's a bit different than the usual depot hack in that it's ALL '27 Model "T", back to and including the cowl, windshield complete, and driver's side and passenger side doors. The rest is built of wood by Louie Baglietto and Pete Cosner. Frank Harris has told me that in reality, it should be called a "shooting brake" rather than depot hack. I guess I call it a depot hack, simply that's a name that people (including me) can relate to, whereas the name "shooting brake" was new to me until Frank Harris mentioned it to me. In fact, I'm pretty sure that very few people around here have never heard that term either. Anyway, what do you think I should call it,......???? Thanks for your (or anyone else's) thoughts,........harold