This is an original 1924 Canadian car.
1912 touring , 1923 roadster , 1925 Pickup
1927 Sport Touring
Speedster Project under construction
1927 Model T with a 1930-31 Montgomery Ward tractor conversion "Trailblazer" was the trade name. My grandpa always called them a "WardFord"
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I forgot the very early 1926 Non Starter car. It does run and drive ..
My 1922 Coupe
My 1927 Touring (being used for reviewing the troops during the Col retirement)
Hoping for a few little ones.
The day I brought it home: April 3, 2011.
1919 Center Door '26 running gear
Most of the gang. The "mutt" ('20 runabout) is hiding in the garage. She's camera shy.
My 1926 Model T and my 1926 Oldsmobile - now both running and have Texas License Plates
Otis in the back yard. Thought Otis was leaving us---was briefly for sale, however we reconciled and he's decided to stay for a while
I'm happy that Otis is staying. Such a wonderful vehicle.
Here are two I had that evolved into other projects.
And a couple of non-Fords. 1923 White Bus and 1907 Buick Model F.
My first T:
1920 taking a break under the oak tree...
Completely stock 1909 on the summit of Pikes Peak, while participating in the 75th Anniversary HCCA Tour a couple of years ago in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
A couple of pics of my 1924 cut-off touring (now a pickup):
New years day, 2009.
Here we can drive our T's all year around!
Old cars and modern stuff. (the crew cab is for sale)
Any more pictures of your red #28 speedster?
The 1914 Touring was set up for the family when the kids were young and has a box on the rear and seat belts. It has a starter and Warford, so its easy to drive on tours. I do have a correct 14 motor and rear axle, but the family prefer it as it is.....
The 1914 Town Car started life in Utah, got caught in a fire and I rebuilt it in 2002. It has what I think is the original motor though I did install a 4:1 gear to give this heavy car a little zip around town.
The Speedster is the fun car.... My son-in-law built the body in 1992 and many members of the SD Model T and HCCA gave them many parts. The chassis was found in a sandy field in Bakersfield and the motor came from Bill Goddard. The grandson and I are off to the AZ speedster run next weekend....
Our 1922 Canadian car - original local car
St. Patrick's Day Parade, Dogtown Neighborhood, St. Louis, MO.
'26 Coupe - as Henry intended
'18 Speedster - like many, age depends on the part
Here is my car with Marty Bufalini peeking inside and his '14 right next to it.
Left to right: 1923 Speedster (Virginia), 1927 Buick Model 27-27 (Dorothy), and 1931 Chevrolet Independence (Maggie):
1923 Huckster (Rose) currently under construction/restoration:
It might be strange, but I always name my cars...
Some pictures for Ed Fuller. We built this in 1971 and raced against Model A's and Chevys with little success. Repainted it in '76. Sold the body in '82. The hood height was based on a 1930 Model A radiator.
'08 Maxwell LC Tourabout
Our 1911 Sears.
Our 1912 Touring.
This one shows the front. Sorry if I took more than my share of space. Rich
1926 Runabout. Bumping 10 years full restoration and close to 50k including the tools I have bought just for the model t. Yes those are hickory spokes...
My '26 Roadster and '25 TT. PK
1927 L.A.F.D. (Los Angeles City Fire Department) Mountain Patrol Wagon... really just a commercial pick-up.
1926 Model T Coupe purchased in 1970 when I was 16 for my life savings of $600.00 as a rusted heap. Took me 2 years to restore it. Completed it in October 1972 a couple of weeks before leaving for Marine Boot camp at Parris Island S.C. Didn't see her again for 4 1/2 years.
1926 Fordor. Purchased for $5,000.00 in 2004 in this condition. Accept for the red paint, it is all original and has never been restored.
I don't actually own a T myself yet. My 27 Coupe is not much more than a frame still.
1927 Tourer, I'm just the driver until my nephew is old enough to drive himself.
1963 Holden, my first and only car. Restored it with my Dad when I was 17.
1929 Model A Sport Coupe "Agness"
1927 Touring during a wedding
Starting front axle rebuild
My 1922 Center Door
Nice snowy day for a ride!
This is Bob Anderson's latest Speedster. he built it from parts found in Duluth, MN in August 2014. I did most of the engine and back axle work and he did the body. Beautiful car....
In my previous posting I forgot my beloved Coupe. I bought in Duluth MN in 1976, yes the Bi-Centennial year, and my first restoration. It is getting tired but has done lots of travelling, from the tip of Baja to a 11,500 feet pass in Colorado. Starts almost immediately on the 6 volt starter and chugs along at 35 mph all day long.
1942 Willy,s Mb army jeep, 1947 Chrysler Town and Country Convertible, 1947 Chrysler Town and Country Sedan and of course 1912 Model T touring.
4th of July parade
Colin posted a photo of a 1942 Willis, so I figured we needed a 1942 Ford.
Wife's 55 Crown Vic., '27 T Speedster, '24 T Hack (to debut soon), 31 Chevy Phaeton, Home built small car.
It's not mine, but we can't have a picture posting session without Christina...
26 CANADIAN TOURING25 KANSAS PU
T/A RACER11 AB MAXWELL
I just wanted to add a note; Thank all of you for sharing, great cars!!!
1948 Packard Station Sedan
1929 Ford Cabriolet
Two Model T's....1914 and a very late '27 Tudor
Thank you for the additional pictures of your speedster. I really like how the height of the Model A radiator added to the proportions of the body .
I always enjoy seeing speedsters that don't always have the "cookie cutter" look to them.
Here is my touring again. It was my grandfather's and has been in our family for over 60 years.
Since others have posted some non T pictures, here is my Chevelle. I have had it for many years also. It was a father/son project for my dad and I when I was growing up.
My '19 Runabout at Henry Ford's house.
Lots of great cars!
Our T mommy and daddy:
Our own irascible Herb Iffrig at the wheel:
Timothy, what tow vehicle did you trailer your 09 to the summit with?
Posted my T yesterday, here is my other car. I think it is time for number three !
Since we're including non-T's, here's my first prewar car. 1939 Packard 1700.
A few of mine. I can't,get to the rest
Val, is that a Haynes Apperson?
Darel, it's nice to see the open Model A with the windshield folded down. They look great that way.
This turned out to be a very nice chance to see some wonderful cars.
Thank you Jason for starting it.
Val is that an Autocar and a Chalmers or Chalmers-Detroit next to your T?
That is a really nice picture Mr. Jelf. '39 is a favorite year of mine along with 1948.
Driver wanted, must have tanker experience Monday's addition to the fleet...
Dan you got it right! The Autocar is a type XV 1908 Runabout and the Chalmers is a 1910 Chalmers-Detroit Model J seven passenger touring. The Autocar is all original except for the tires.
TT 4x4 getting there
I would like to see more pictures of Tim Smith's TT 4X4 please.
My 26 cut down
My 57 Clark Truckster
I have a couple pics of my 27 roadsters and my 26 roadsters p/u and one of my 30 model A. Have to post the others another time.
26 roadsters pick up. Had some issues uploading
Anastasia's first duty after restoration, was to take my Daughter to the church on her wedding day and although it was my first time driving a "T", I managed OK.
I also have Purdey, the Ford Zephyr 6 and Daisy the Triumph Dolomite Sprint
Here's my '62 Falcon Ute and the '26 T
My 26 T
My first car. Bought for 600 in 1972.
the prewar cars.....
1912 FORD model T
1922 FORD model T
1922 BERLIET VF
1929 BERLIET Six
1929 DELAGE DR70
1911 Torpedo Runabout
1906 Buick F
1915 Dodge Brothers
1931 Plymouth Sport Roadster
1955 Chevrolet Corvette
and too many steel wheeled tractors.....
Family photo of 26-7 roadsters:
I just got another today. Anyone need a 26-7 roadster? I think I have too many.
Nope...got me a 1927 Doctor's Sports Coupe...every day is a sunny day in our
Sports Coo-pay !!
I've got a doctor's coupe too!
1927 Tudor.....just waiting for rad shell!
My 1917 Maxwell Light Delivery.
A nice cool ride yesterday for some seafood in my "26.
Our 27 Sport Touring
Our 13 Runabout
The descriptions didn't show up in the preview. They are a 1923 American LaFrance Brockway Torpedo (still pump!)
!926 Dodge Brothers Four Door DeLuxe Sedan and;
1936 DeSoto Airstream (unrestored.
Left to Right:
16 touring, 26 Montana 500 roadster, 12 Tourabout, 24 coupe, 19 center door.
Here is the 1923 Runabout formerly known as "My Problem Child" but now renamed Fireball. After a dozen years of pouring time & treasure into it, Fireball is now a tour car and just made its first long overnight tour, 161 miles without breaking down.
1926 Hudson Super Six with an Anderson Coupé body
1929 Hudson Super Six Town Sedan
1939 Cadillac Coupé
Our 1922 Centerdoor at Knott's Berry Farm's Fabulous Ford Forever car show.
My Australian built 1927 Tourer.
1923 Roadster Pick up
1915 T 9th of April 2016 in Edinburgh
The Becker Special
Built in 22 (according to engine number), registered in 23 in Chicago. I was going to start working on the interior but then in snowed in Mid Wales UK! Was imported into the UK in the 80s, hood was changed and interior velour, no great with rain!
The old man of our fleet a 1907 Holsman auto buggy
Figured I might add a couple more too keep the thread going
and my 1948 Dodge Power Wagon
Canadian 1922 Ford T Roadster . All accurate except the color...
Canadian 1911 Touring in project for the last 5 years. I take my time to restored most accurate possible and give a lot love and passion.
29 Model A
Debbie's 70 Mustang
Touring 1924 in France.
1913 Depot Hack
SaraJane sporting her reinstalled top. When I got her the top was off 1 inch to the left.