Some older cars attended "Chrome in the Dome" this weekend. 3 cut-off Model T's. Some nicer than others. It was a good contrast to the Rods and Customs and lots of interest form young and old alike.
A vintage adaptation of a later top to an earlier car.
A Touring fender mount retained on conversion to roadster.
Homemade seat back drop modification.
A nice Gentleman's Roadster I watched a friend restore over 37 years.
This 1926 Buick belonged to another friend.
My apologies. The car above is a 1926 DODGE. I seem to have a mental block as I nearly always call it a Buick. I guess I have been around Model t's too long. I am a little retarded but I sometimes want to KICK myself.