First ride in over 70 years! I only killed motor once! People had small feet back than! Thanks for all the help forum friends!
What a Gem. You're a lucky guy.
Wow!! I have saved these pic for reference when I work on my '16. I do worry about your tail light, looks like it's hanging on by one bolt!
VERY nice original car!!
Looking good. I love the look.
I put the fan belt on and hood drove it around the yard never overheated it sure runs good! Starts on mag except once I flooded it and had to get batt. First T ride for me! A lot smoother than I thought! I haven't been on road yet but I got it in high gear it steers better than I expected! I closed the ex. Cut out and after burning out the oil and mouse nests you can hardly hear it run. Oil change and check the front wheel bearing next on list. David the tail lite is solid its bent the muffler clamps are falling apart
I hope you leave it as it looks now ...
Very nice !
Paul -- I once saw a NOS brass fan pulley like the one on your car. That's the only other one I've ever seen with that much crown to it. Usually they are worn flat.
You have a very low-mileage car there. Congratulations on that, and thanks for sharing it with us.
Every picture I see of it, I like it even more! It looks to be one of the finest true survivors I have ever seen!
Drive carefully, but do enjoy that car! W2
Absolutely love it! As Wayne said ENJOY IT YOU LUCKY DUCK!!!!
Alan in Western Australia
Paul: I've liked every photo you've posted. Congratulations on a remarkable journey. It appears the upholstery liked the application you put on! Keep on T-ing, and do keep us posted on your progress!
I love the purest early Model T's. Great looking Tourer!
Paul- thanks for sharing, you have a beautiful Rip Van Winkle car there! Enjoy her safely.
There is a product called Fluid Film made by Eureka Chemical Co. 234 Lawrence Ave. South San Fransico, CA www.fluidfilm.com that I bought at Bond Auto Parts. It is made with lanolin and claims to be a rust stopper and preventive as well as a lubricant. Have not used it yet but will before next winter.