With show and tour season coming up, how about posting a picture of your Model T? Time to start thinking about spring driving and show season!
Headed to the garage to start cleaning brass (lol).
No shows. Just use it like it was meant to be used.
Our 1925 Touring
Our 1927 TT
A basket-case 1926 Touring that may become a gow-job.
Real funny Mike Bender...
1915 Touring, "Penelope," at Oheka Castle during a lunch run of the Long Island chapter of the Horseless Carriage Club of America (Best $15 cheeseburger in the world).
Everybody's seen them before, but here they are again.
1924 TT project
Mike, have you checked your profile lately? It told me U now longer exist??
Like Steve, I've shown them before, but hey, we can never get tired of sharing, right? And there might be some new folks looking that might enjoy 'em. Here's my two favorite cars, the '13 Touring is here before I got the correct windshield on it and the upholstery is in the works. And yes the '12 roadster P/U should be dark blue, but hey,it's pretty & it's gonna stay this way!
My '25 TT and "26 Roadster. PK
1927 Sport Touring
Speedster project as bought and currently
Montgomery Ward tractor conversion
The worlds roughest very early 26 non starter project
Ron the Coilman
Nice car Ron.
My 14 in Rocky Mountain National Park.
Guys, old cars and water.... an unbeatable combination!
(Kentucky Fall Foliage Tour 2006)
Here's Betsy, my 1924 cut-off Touring:
Here's a few of mine. Don't have pictures of the rest
Not my T but saw this one at a car show in British Columbia a few years ago. This guy has personality for sure. The owner drove the T to the show, over the mountains you see in the background, with brakes on one rear wheel only.
An original 1914 Runabout, this is the car that give me the model T bug in 1999.
The 1926 touring was found in a barn in 2005 and we worked three days to get it out.
The 1922 "Woody" was build out of a pile of parts with papers!!!!! bought for a good price in 2011.
Old Rusty runs great. The only complaint I have with the Ford Motor Company is, the paint did not last.
1922 Depot Hack
A work in progress, 1915:
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A ride in the snow a couple weeks ago...
I just learned that I can't post photos from my phone.
Again: a work in progress (1915):
Here's a few of mine
My toy for the last 10 years:
and my latest toy since august 2015:
1920 Autowa Body.It is apart and much further along now.Almost finish painting.It's been a long 8 years.
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My 1926 T
Us in Barney. Barney's down for cooling system intervention, bronze thrust washers, correct windshield, and body wood--along with the "usual adjustments." While I'm at it, I'll put in upholstery too.
Gee, I do all that, we won't know him anymore!
Sorry, Pic came out fuzzy lets try this again...
From Cali, through Texas for some work, to South Miami...
My first T, made 1920... lots of plans for this T
My T roadster. Tim
My 26 roadster pickup. Tim
My tt and my speedster just a pile
1922 Centerdoor - currently under restoration
And finally, my 1911 Torpedo Runabout
26 Tudor, 27 Fordson, 24 Touring
This is my 1916 RFC (Red Ford Convertible).
Recently aquired late '27 Tudor. This car was assembled in the last two weeks of production.
A little late to the party but I'm here. Hope to add a Rajo head and get these fenders brass plated soon.
This '23 has been in the family for almost 70 years. Dad helped me restore in in Grampa's memory. Hopefully, Allie will cherish it when it's her turn.
My Mildred just looking for a little love and understanding, and finding it.
Our 1910T touring, some of you know her as Daisy
These are the only car pics I could find small enough to post here!
This is before picture when it was last in one piece. Just starting to put it back together after complete tear-down.
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What am I doing wrong on the pictures?
Not too many Canadian cars here yet . Thought I'd show my 26. Great site, I do enjoy all the stuff, OT and everything. Keep it up guys.
was my T
My '14 touring and my '24 coupe, both (yes, both) down with a broken crankshaft. 1922 touring I rescued from a collapsing shed.
This would be a good time to introduce myself. Soon to be new member with a '24 coupe. It's been in storage since 1965. Andrew from Liverpool, NY
1923 Model T Touring
Welcome, Andrew! Good looking Coupe!
1926 Coupe, Manufactured in March of 1926. Purchased in 1970
1926 Fordor, manufactured in February, of 1926. Purchased in 2004.
My 1916 Tourer last summer
Here's my fleet....
11 Canadian Tourabout
11 Canadian RHD touring
14 Canadian Roadster
1922 Centerdoor and 1927 Fordor...
Engine number July 3 1913
The Lady in "THE LADY"
1912 Touring 1923 Roadster 1925 Pickup
Visiting the train guys with my '20 runabout
our 1917 speedster
This is my 24 Fordor and my 26 coupe.
Taken on tour yesterday. My '15 is on the left, followed by a '31 Model A, a '17 Cadillac, a '38 Buick, an '18 Hupmobile, and a '35 Ford.
Great pictures everyone! Keep'em coming.
This is my son's 1917 pickup. He learned to drive it last year up at the farm.
1927 Canadian Touring
Maynard, a rusty '16 touring that joined us 2 weeks ago and Otis, '14 roadster pickup
Photo from the 2015 Thursday Homecoming tour. My 1919 Speedster is on this end.
My original paint cars. 1914 Touring, 1925 Coupe, 1926 4 dr., 1927 Touring, 1927 Roadster pickup.
What a great thread!!!
My 1925 Shaw Conversion:
My '21/'27 doodlebug:
My '17 power unit being towed by my '21/'27 doodlebug:
My '27 IHC mower conversion:
My '25 saw rig (currently undergoing restoration):
Awesome rigs there Ron! Very cool!
Here is my two
Steve - your "two" are fantastic! Would love to find one of them in my neck of the woods. When they come up for sale, they always seem to be in the other side of the country (like the elusive TT running gear I've been looking for).
My Australian built '27 Tourer.
Here's mine so far. It started with a front axle.
Me driving Miss Lizzy '26 tudor owned by my friend Arthur Cote from Worcester, Ma
Here is my 1919 T in October ...
Here is the same model T [as I posted earlier] back in the 1980s when I used to do traveling medicine shows. The stage folded out the back of the car.
Nice thread, It really shows the diversity of all the Ts in our hobby. All to be enjoyed in their own special way. Keep them coming ... and thanks to Mike for starting this thread ....
Here's my 1912 Torpedo, pictures were requested so I'm going to overload everyone. The restoration is on-going; I've been at it off-and-on for about a year.
Stutzman wheels painted:
Doors and panels painted:
1912 engine overhaul:
Body back on:
Seat cushion upholstery:
Backrest upholstery in-process:
That is going to be one beautiful Torpedo Bill! Keep us posted on progress. Love the pinstriping.
There are more cars called "Rusty" here than there are called "Lizzy".
My car is "Rusty" which is short for Russell T. Phored. He is the only remaining Los Angeles City Fire Department Mountain Patrol Vehicle. He went into service in the Santa Monica Mountains in 1927.
Here you go...
This thread took so long to read that I had to go out a grab a couple beers!
In Nova Scotia, Canada From left 23 Coupe, 23Canopy Express,
Big Liz and Betty
We currently have four Model T's
Here's "Woody" our daily driver 1915 Roadster pickup with my wife posing.
Our 1913 Speedster
1927 speedster "The Beater"
!915 Touring car
Shots of my 1922 Coupe:
a couple more of my '22
The two discs on the back are flashers that I use if I'm caught out after dusk.
BTW, great thread Mike! I really enjoy seeing everyone's toys!
It's a terrible picture but I'm hoping to take some better ones this summer.
Here is our Canadian 1912 Model T Built in Walkerville Ontario Sept. 1912 and restored in 1960 by my Father. It was bought in Winnipeg and has remained in Winnipeg all its life.
Great looking touring Colin!
1926 Coupe. Rick
A Prize winning Model T and two very good friends!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
1927 work in progress
1915 at the Forth Road Bridge Scotland
Coils got wet....
my 26 tudor under tear down for restoration my 1925 TT my 1925 model T Roadster pickup with out the factory bed on it
I'm not smart enough to post pictures on here, but our '23 TT is on my profile. No, I didn't put it on there, my son in law did! We also have a mostly original '25 coupe. Dave
I've posted this photo before, but here's the ol' truck.
Henry - you could post that picture a hundred times and I could never get tired of looking at it. Been looking the last 2+ years for a TT running gear to build something similar.
Henry,....yeah,.....what Ron just said. You know, there are all kinds of "terms" to describe the present "condition" of existing Model T Fords,.....like "totally original", "authentic restoration", ""driver" (like mine), and your "TT" pictured here Henry, that probably call "authentic preservation"!
Here are pictures of my '20 Runabout and Touring that are on the road whenever the weather is agreeable. The '25 pile of parts truck is in the trailer waiting for some TLC and you guessed it "warmer weather".
My 1913 Depot Hack
Ron and Harold - Thanks for your kind comments. When I got the truck about 15 years ago it was on its way back to dust. I decided to get it running and do steering, brakes, etc. so it could be safely driven, but I wanted it to look just as it did when I was a kid and my grandfather used it on his ranch.
Thelma Tae on the way to the parade.
Wow Phil - I love those TTs. Just what I'm looking for.
The Roadster PU is a 2 owner T. I want to just go through the drive line/ Motor and keep it as is.
The 26 chassis may become a speedster.
This is the 26 chassis. I'm not smart enough to be able to post two pictures on the same post. My brain power goes down as I get older I guess.
As far as I know, there is no limit to the number of pictures in a single post. To post multiple pictures, just double space after the picture utility puts that picture computerese into your post, then go through the picture utility again, double space, utility, double space, etc. until you have links to all of your pictures in your post.
When you "preview" the post, only two or three of the pictures will show up, the rest will just have small symbols. But don't worry, all the pics will show up in the final post.
Here's our 1914
We'll that didn't work. Let's try again. Here's our 1914
Our 16 that's been in the family since 1941
Ummm..... pile of T.
late 27 TT cab (we think)
My 26 "T" and 08 "S Roadster". I enjoy both of them.
Here the Tudor and the roadster pick up body wintering and one Tudor summer pic
David O'Neal's M1917 Ambulance at the Military Vehicle Preservation Association's National Convention June 2015 in Topeka Kansas.
26 roadster project which is also my daily driver
A spring drive to the neighbor's
At the Avenger reunion Peru, IL this past weekend.
Hey John, that is a nice ambulance, do you know who built it? It is not a Baker reproduction.
1915 Model T Roadster .
Very beautiful. Now show us a photo of your T. ;O)
Thanks Gustaf I built it myself.
Jerry there are some models better than a Model T.
22 Center Door
I had forgotten that, you have posted photos before, the only fault I can find with it is it looks like the tire pressure in the left rear tire might be 5 lbs low
Greetings from Germany. Have a safe ride all time.
1916 Ford Model T
1915 Ford Model T
My 26 in Star City. I found this picture on the web with me driving it!
We made it to the top of Trail Ridge in our 1913 Model T.
Well at least could not resist to post it also here:
My 100 year old
1918 Center Door that my dad and I restored together about 10 years ago. Every time I drive it I think about us working on it.
My T is first one on the right. This is picture of the first tour that I have participated in, and only the second time I drove it on the road. Unfortunately, it had to go home on a trailer due to transmission troubles.
Amelia and Stephanie
Papa's Model T
Work in progress on my 1912 Torpedo but did get it running on May Day.
Ken, you simply must tell us about your T shown above. It looks like a TT with a heavier aftermarket conversion on the back end, allowing for heavier springs and longer chassis.
Please tell us more.
Here's a classic "Barn-find Rustoration" by a friend of ours in the idiom of an old Nashville Western Music band-bus. Its available, call Jim at (805) 674-3398 daytimes
Typical. I followed the directions to post a photo but it did not come thru, even though it said it did in the preview.
Lots of happy memories here!
Before & After
She runs again after 38 years of storage
Meet Mr. 24 Roadster – HENRY
And ... Henry's Country Cousin - HANK
And ... Henry's Bride - Henrietta
(She still getting "some work done" so she looks her best)
1925 Speedster, 1922 Touring, 1926 Sedan
1905 F and 1910 T touring. 1912 T in progress.
The block was cast 10-14-13, and according to the transmission shaft, was assembled 11-21-13.
Any idea, or data I can research to determine:
1. Date (and time of day?) the car was assembled.
2. To where, and to whom (what dealership) did it
Any help in telling me where to look would be appreciated.