The 1926 Roadster I have been working on for two years went to Mark, the new owner here in my town of Mishawaka. He is an eager new member to learn. Two more to go, a 1926 Touring with no generator, so I will need to build a fun projects magneto recharger, and a 1917 Roadster with 10 PSI compression, no starter so I will need to get the compression up to 55 PSI for easy hand starts !
before and after shots
YFAF - yellow Fords are faster!
Thanks Dave! I will be enjoying my new "toy" for years to come.
To all users of this forum, I have already learned a great deal from this format and will continue to do so in the future. Everything interests me and I read every post and learn new knowledge every day. "Great fun"
Keep up the great work everyone this forum does a great service and does promote the "Model T" hobby.
Hi Mark - Your car with the bright yellow paint is very photogenic.
Just a suggestion, but you might want to take a nice picture of it and make it your "profile" picture.
Again, just a suggestion...
Thanks for the suggestion Keith. I plan on doing that within the next week or so, just getting used to starting and driving the car and looking for just the right setting.