In the third link you get a glimpse of Number 2 (believed to be the oldest Model T in the world )
I was privileged enough to take part the weather was absolutely fabulous, and all the Marshalls were outstanding their care and diligence was the best.
Outstanding videos! Thankyou for posting them.
I was recently in Scotland and we visited Orkney Islands. I saw an early Model T touring there. Didn't realize there were so many T's near Edinburgh.
I should have tried to make contact before I arrived. Maybe next time. I did see the Stainless Model T in Ireland though,
Great Videos! Thanks for posting
Lived there for several years and enjoyed every minute of it. It was great to see an old friend there giving a bit of an intro in video #3. I'll never forget when Mike Povey found his first Model T! A great bunch of folks. Would love to get back again someday.
If that is the number 2 that Don Hess from Pennsylvania "made up a few years ago" when I saw it freshly restored at Hershey, he was telling everyone at the car show he stamped #2 on the car just to screw with people.
So if the #2 Model T is not the original number 2, is it a "bits?"
From past Forums:
Model T Ford Forum: Forum 2008: Earliest surviving T
Model T Ford Forum: Forum 2014: Ready for a can of worms? Model T Number One
Gene, those Ts were not all local to Edinburgh, we travelled from all over Britain to that event, and it was one of the best we've ever attended.
Thanks for posting.
Great hats in that third video ....
Thanks Norrie! Must've been chilly that day, everybody was all bundled up.
Historic car celebrates centenary in Edinburgh