I'm indexing photos so I can find them. In most cases coming up with a brief label or description is easy. In the case of spark plugs, for example, I could call a picture Edison spark plug in one of my two lists, and Spark plug, Edison in the other. But some pictures aren't quite so easy to easy to describe in a few words beginning with an obvious keyword. What would you call this one?
1915 Roadster Rear Axle Removed
Well Steve, I think it's gonna go downhill from here.
Missing rear end
Allan from down under.
2014 AUGUST... I keep my 300 monthly pics organized by the month and year. On a PC itll keep them in chronological order by year primary, then alphabetical secondary
The Edison spark plug Backfired and blew the rear end loose?
I would call it "rear end removal". Keep it short and sweet.
Lost my rear...
Rear end support
and my wife said don't say it!
At the proctologist's office
DANGER Will Robinson. DANGER
Ass end up.
It seems Henry is prophetic, or at least observant.
Shoeless in Parkerfield.
"Back to the Future" Flux-capacitor conversion -- don't need a rear-end, wheels, or a road where you are going? Or have you discovered "Flubber?" Just remember, if you go faster than the speed of light, your headlights will not shine worth a darn.
"Just remember, if you go faster than the speed of light, your headlights will not shine worth a darn." - Rick J. Gunter
This is a pearl of Model T wisdom I have never run across before. I am guessing that it applies to both gas and electric lights.
Here's another one: If a Model T backfires in a forest and there is no one around to hear it, did it make a sound?
Jelf over does it again. "Muffler bearing replacement"
My car does not go faster than sound, but does sound faster than it goes...
: ^ )
I dunno about "prophetic" Steve. Some things are just easier than others to see coming. You know, like a fast freight train with the whistle blowing and the light flashing.
Now where did I store that rear end I took out, or just body stands. Merry Christmas everyone. Jim
Step son of Flubber
When I was in Natchez a couple of months ago we took a horse and buggy ride around town. The driver said that we were facing the "Yankee End" of the horse.
I can be serious once in awhile.
Drive carefully, and enjoy the holidays! W2