Could anyone please post a link of the video someone took and posted i think in Sept?? Bud.
i have a link to the year before it is
we are the second vehicle the 27 roadster t truck
Thank You Bob!!!!! We finally joyned the wireless modern computer and now we can see everything! Odds are i was there watching Old 16! Thanks again!!!! Bud.
Back again,Anyone have a e-mail adress for the maker of these videos?? There is a link through U-Tube but im slow and dumb.I rember seeing a chanch to buy CD's of some of these events ?? Thanks Bud.
The video was posted by my good friend Rene Rondeau. I have a copy of it and a few other OCF videos on my PC.
If anyone wants them for their personal use,please contact me. Here's the YouTube link:
I forgot about this one too. Who ever did it,did a nice job. You can see one of my cars ('05 Queen) right at the beginning,and my Mary-Ann relaxing behind the car in period garb.
Darren,Yup seen you yours and the Queen and im glad you got your tire trouble solved!Would you please ask Rene to e-mail me at DTinlizzie@aol.com ?? I think if i could buy a CD,i could have a full screen? Thanks! Bud.
Kenneth (Bud) - I watched the 2008 OCF Video and immediately recognized you and your family in your T. How could I miss with your Santa Claus beard and all white tires? Sure wish I could have been there also, but it wasn't to be this time.
Best wishes, Keith
Keith,I shure wish you would have made it cause i was real proud of the GasLites this year! The people in the back were Friends we had met at other dooings and asked them if they had time for a ride? Are you having any luck with the Ocean of Ocean Tour?? Has anyone heard anything from Rolland Pallmeter???? Thanks.Bud.
Bud - We'll be at the OCF for sure next year. We're in the process of putting a new crankshaft in our '14 engine now & plan on having it ready for Spring touring.
We aren't going on the Ocean to Ocean Tour. Also, we haven't seen Rolland for some time - and didn't run into him at the Centennial. I checked the Centennial book and he wasn't registered for it, but he could have come anyway, just not registered.
Mr. Wallace, can you tell what that little one was at 5:58 in your video?
This is the car @ 5:58. It may be a replica,but I'm not sure what it is. The only name that seems to come to mind is a Waltham Orient,but I'm sure I'm wrong here. This fellow is there every year. Maybe someoe else will know it.
It is an Auto Red Bug by the Automotive Electric Service Co. and it had an electric motor geared directly to the rear axle.
Looks exactly like a 1919-1923 Briggs & Stratton Buckboard Flyer except that it is missing the fifth wheel that powers it. The fifth wheel trailed behind the rear ones and had a single-cylinder 2.5 horse engine for propulsion.
It should look like the B & S Buckboard Flyer since B & S sold the design to the Automotive Electric Service Co.