I don't have time for all three days right now, but here are some of the sights seen on the first day.
I had to take this picture because our family car for many years was a 1954 Plymouth Plaza wagon, this same blue.
Thanks Steve for thinking about the rest of us that couldn't go. Great shots.
OK, here are the Thursday photos.
The MTFCA dispensed plenty of info.
One of editor Jay's celebrity guests was the Mad Hatter.
Lots of free advice.
Bud Redding suggests overheating solutions.
You didn't see many of these even when they were new.
1907 Ford Model R
Isn't that 1907 a Model N? No running boards.
Does anyone know who had the late '11 with the front Hasslers on the trailer in Steve's first picture? It looks like a late '11 with the fore-doors removed.
Does anyone else have any photos or information of that car?
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Great pictures...Question, How do you post so many pictures at one time? I can never get beyond 2 in one post.
Yes, the red car called a Model R Runabout that does not have running boards is a Model N Runabout. In addition to the step plate it also has the N body with the pointed rear deck [same as Model S Runabout] and the Model N fenders.
Additionally that one appears to have the early style body -- or at least appears to have the early style body irons. The early irons come through the back of the front seats rather than going up around the top of the front seats. Bodies can be reproduced anyway that is desired today -- but originally that is a feature of the earlier Model N cars produced during 1906. I do not know (or at least I do not remember knowing) the date of the change. But typically the 1907-08 cars do not have that feature.
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Hal, you may only see two full pics when you preview your multiple pic posts (the additional pics will probably only show up as small symbols), but the additional pics will be there when you submit your post.
Thanks Steve. I really enjoy the pictures.
That late '11 early '12 Touring is owned by a guy in Florida named Robert, unless he sold it at Hershey. He bought it last year and got it running in order to flip it. I think he was asking 21K or there about. It was located in Mass., and I nearly bought it when the previous owners son put it up for silent auction, but the bidding quickly got out of hand and it went for more than I could afford! Send me a PM and I will forward you his email address.
You didn't saw some wild Vikings snooping around? The number of danes comming over are increasing so be alerted :-) I may even show up one year.
I just browsed through one of the returning guys pictures on Facebook this morning (a Model A guy) and I can see you have taken pictures of some of the same cars :-)
The asking price for this 1901 Locomobile with 4 wheel disc brakes was $35,000.
I just realized I never got around to posting my Friday pictures.
Buick, White, Hupp
Future trouble for your Hudson?
At the Coil Doctor's tent.
Saw Steve's favorite fiber timing gears. He loves quite engines.