After a ride in the 13 today, we put it away for the year. Then we pulled out the next project (1956 Ford Sunliner) to go into the work garage. We are still hoping for more T driving days
I had to resort to dragging the model A out of the barn today to do errands. It was so windy and chilly it just wouldn't have been comfortable in the T. Then I took the dog for a ride in it, as she thinks it's her car. She loved it. So did I.
I feel sorry for you guys. We get to drive our T's year round.
If it wasn't for salt...
I usually drive my 15 runabout all year round but....the new car has roll up windows!!
Thanks Royce. I needed that! My beloved '15 found a new home near Galveston, and I hear the minute she got there, she gave a free start right in the trailer! Gotta be because she's elated to be in constant warm weather. She would try here on a cold startup, but would just give a good grunt of a tease. Once warmed up, no problem. One free start after another.
Mike that is one gorgeous car there.
The good thing about not being able to drive all year is it forces me to get out in the garage and get something done,other wise I would be out driving.
I plan on driving the 14 to Camerons tomorrow. 50 to 60 miles depending on which way I go and a high of 49 degrees. The 1st time I went there it was 7 degrees when I left home.
Dan, Do you know what color your Sunliner was originally? Nice project too!
Dean, That could be a cool ride if its windy.
Dana, The original color was colonial white and diamond blue. The interior was medium blue with white vinyl. I haven't decided what color I am doing it yet. It will be an original color, but not the blue.
Winter does not stop some of us from driving our cars: