Donnie and I shot some of the same subjects, so they're well covered.
The rustic look of Kirk Hill's roadster and trailer may fool you. The car starts easily on the first pull and runs beautifully.
1929 De Soto
David Baker always brings interesting items for show & tell. Here's an accessory roadster trunk.
The interesting thing is that it folds out to make a pickup bed.
This looks even worse that the new ones.
A customized 1915.
A very unusual 1913 woody town car.
Shocks on a T chassis.
1937 Ford 60hp midget
The Pneuflex tire is a rare item.
Any one else have photos of the Woody Towncar or know who owns it
The wood town car was built by a guy who lived in northern Kentucky. It is interesting but crude up close. I took some pictures of it 10 - 15 years ago at the builder's house. I don't think there are many, if any, 1913 parts on the car.
No hurry,but when you get time can you look up the photos you took 10-15 years ago and send them to me
I remember a man in Northern KY having one the looked like that.his name escapes me now
I looked up our Old Towncar Club Roster and this car was Owned by Tom Currin in Villa Hills,KY he bought it off John Herring who built the body,apparently even the Fenders and Splash Pans were made of Wood.
Still would like to see more photos and know if he still owns it or who the present Owner is!
The 1913 Towncar was offered for sale by Jim McCullough at Chickasha ---Does anyone have contact information on him?
That was one of the two cars I saw like that, with the sign placed so you couldn't see the phone number. Helluva way to sell a car.
Hmm, that '30 sport coupe, the Belt moldings, windshield frame & visor should be Elkpoint Green and the landau irons have been swapped from side to side (the arms curve the wrong way because they're on the wrong sides!). That part can be fixed easily, the paint not so much.
On Thursday evening I had the option of two places to visit, either the Davis bicycle collection or the Boulton HCCA Auto collection. This year I chose a meal at an Italian Restaurant in OKC followed by the Boulton Collection.
The cars are quite superb, last time I visited there was a 1910 T but I didn't see it this year. This is a random selection of pictures I took, no order or preference but the Pierce Town Car was breathtaking....
I brought a High Wheeler back for a friend in Oz and thought I would share a few photos.
Fun event but a loooonng drive from San Diego
Thanks Steve, and all of the other guys that posted pictures. I really wanted to go this year, but just couldn't get it done.(: As far as I'm concerned, the show and meeting people is worth the trip, even if I can't find anything, which has never happened! Dave