A few Model T photos.
Very Quick Andrew. Good to meet you today
Cheers. Alan & Julie
Good to have you both ride with me today.you qere lucky Alan. This afternoons drive was the best of the week.
Andrew, I was interested in the car in your first photo. It does not look like a veteran. Rather it looks like a Duncan and Fraser standard body tourer. The slight curve to the bottom of the timber spacer below the windscreen indicates a 1923-4 model, which should have a high radiator. It looks to be a high radiator, but it has the narrower bottom piece of the low radiator. Were there other vintage vehicles on the run, or was this one mis-dated?
Allan from down under.
The first car belongs to one of the committee members. They were allowed to bring a more modern car if their veteran car was not in running order. I don't know the story behind the car. You could try contacting the organisers.
What a great week it was, one thing I learnt, out of 120 entrants of veteran cars built from all parts of the world, not many could out pull the humble little T on them hills, and I'm sure if put to the test T's had the speed with the best of them as well.