On Saturday we had a tour from Escondido to the Antique Gas Engine Museum in Vista, not far but we had nine Model T's and two Model A's. The trip took about an hour, lots of traffic lights, no one broke down and when we arrived at the Museum, we had prime parking. We were joined by the Model T's of Museum members, must have been close to 20 T's parked there at one point during the afternoon. Lots to do, antique Gas engines, steam engines, they are so quiet, train rides and lots of food and ice cream.. There was a small parade, we didn't all take part as it was rather hot, but I had fun.
We even found an early Ford Model N(?)
Somehow some pictures got lost, sorry guys.....
(Message edited by Tony_bowker on June 22, 2015)
Always good when no one breaks down ...
Sounds like you folks had fun - thanks for sharing !
Looks like you had a great day! No expert here, that's Rob Heyen's corner, but looks like an "R" or possibly an "S" there. I believe the "N's" didn't have the running board between the fenders, just this dinky little step plate hanging out.
Looks like a Model S Roadster with that cowl.