Due to some cancellations we now have room for approximately 6 more cars as of June 17.
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50th Anniversary Tour
The tour was full at the cutoff date of the last Vintage Ford.
How many cars are Registered?
Looking forward to the tour and getting together with friends.
Yes for sure Kirk, Seems like years since we have seen you guys.
Have a safe trip everyone...
We have a tad over 100 cars registered. Going to be awesome!!
A couple of pictures from the opening BBQ put on by the Lions Club.
About 75 of the 100 cars here
The Tour Committee sent the storm clouds to the south!
A great trip up to Baniff and Lake Louise today.
About 100 cars up here. Weather is great, not too hot, not too cold, just right. It rains some so we get free car washes. Lake Louise is beautiful. The Foothills Club are feeding us like Kings and Queens and princes and princess'.
Banff Springs Hotel
Gee, that's pretty! It looks like a great tour.
Please more Pics! More Pics! More Pics!
Here's an article about the tour. http://www.cochranetimes.com/2015/07/15/a-bit-about-the-legendary-model-t
22 miles an hour, eh?
Must be talking about a TT!!
22 miles an hour , No broken crankshafts ??!!!
Hemp based fuel.. The writer must have found all the reliable websites when checking facts for the article
Great Pic Kirk, We've really had a wonderful time and visited some "Once in a Lifetime" places.
Google Canada's Museum of Making for a glimpse of what we saw. Totally unbelievable collection of things displayed in a person's home/museum which was better than any museum quality I've ever seen!
Today was a lot of rain but a lot of brave T drivers for a most beautiful run along the snow capped mountains.
Haven't heard of any broken cranks yet, but one rear wheel lost luckily without any injuries.
We topped out on a 65MPH run on the Trans Canada Highway #1.
Todays view from our model e (xplorer)
Like Gene said it rained a bunch
Notice the snow in the photo.
It did rain a bunch and was a tad on the cold side. A good day to appreciate a closed car or side curtains. A great ride though in our coupe.
That was our 27 Fordor you followed a lot of the day as seen in your pic, Kirk. Was even a little chilly even in the enclosed cars. But, what a drive we had. Saw burnish sheep and a grizzly bear up on the pass.
A little out of order but here they are from Day 2, Pioneer Acres.
Not 1 or 2 torpedoes but 4
More from Day 2, you thought power wagons were big, how about a couple of old Mac trucks
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Day 3 was Museum of Making - pictures do not do it justice.
See website here http://museumofmaking.com/
Day 3 downtown Cochrane, where did we park? Outside the ice cream store!
Some pictures from Day 4 above, this is what we thought we would get,
but we got some snow,
and some hail
and we thought the guys in Branson had it bad with their weather!
A few photos from Day 2, supper at Cam Clark Ford's party acreage.
I like that picture.
Red or Green and Black leaving.
Red or Green is the NM State Question.
Great photos. Thanks.
The Foothills Chapter did another fantastic job! Great tour! Thanks for all of your efforts!
From Peter Nikolajevs post above.
First picture is your favorite webmaster driving his 1927 Tudor.
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Here is another article by the Globe & Mail
Make sure you scroll far enough to see myself and Gene Carrothers
Thanks Chris B! A lot of excellent photos with that article you linked.
Drive carefully, and enjoy, W2
The tour looks just wonderful!, I would love to do it some day.
Great pictures, thanks Glen