Where are the photos and tales of the ones that got away from hershey this year.
Mine is a few days away. not much time for internetting while on the road.
Steve: I do not understand what the problem is . People drive and text all the time. Some die in fiery crashes, But that is no concern to us, we just want to see the pics. I assume that texting and internetting are about the same thing, So hurry up with the pics.
PS: Steve if you do get into a fiery crash, try to push what model T parts you bought out of the reach of the fire. We do not want any good T parts damaged .
The weather totally sucked here today. How did you guys make out?
Steve, All joking aside, Have a safe trip home ...
In Richmond waiting for the museum to open.
Don't worry about the parts. They're in the trunk, and any fire is likely to be in the front.
Great Hershey! Sold a lot of T stuff, shows the demand hasn't fallen off. I sold a complete body that was in pieces. Unfortunately the guy who bought it will be using it as a wall hanging, in a Packard, Auburn collection. He said he was going to mount it just as I had it layed out on my space. He also purchased a really nice windshield assembly(17-22) to go with it. I bought T stuff, but my prize was a NOS 1956 Ford Fairlane rear bumper (dual exhaust) for my 56 Convertible that I will be starting after the 24 Touring is done.
It was nice having Steve and RV join us for our annual Thursday night dinner that is always organized by Ernie Spittler.