I wonder what the ages are of those who post on this forum? Who is youngest? Who is oldest? What is the average age? I just turned 78.BTW I read the forum daily and have gotten a lot of valuable information about the model t.I am amazed at the wide reservoir of knowledge and experience that this group of people share with others. Lenney
Nine , two score and ten, speaking in Old Testament .
Lenney, come down here Saturday and help me crank my '21 for the first time.
Lenney, I'll buy lunch. It's warmer down here too.
I'm 41 and the sons areally 20 and 19.
Tommy,I will be there Sat. a.m.
Ages here range from teens to eighties, and I think a couple of the guys may be pushing 90. I think when this question came up a few years ago the posted ages averaged somewhere in the sixties.
I'm 75, but I look younger.
Mentally, 18. Physically, 67.
55 and one son who is 22 and helps out with our 15
77 and holding
56. Already dead in dog years.
Just past my 20ish anniversary of turning 30
77 and counting
I just turned 39 on Saturday.
The youngest member of the Dallas Lone Star T's is Hugo Richter, 102.
53 and I just got carded when I bought beer at the grocery store 1/2 hour ago.
14 - but I've had 54 years of experience at it ;- )
Always a Model Ter - bought my first car at 9 (couldn't find a T) & my first T at 10 61 years ago! John
56 son 19. Grandsons that help are 4 and 2. I can't go into the garage without one or both.
70 but only about five years with a T.
The big 66.....
59 and holding.....
62, but some mornings feel a lot older.
42 years younger than 26 RPU
I'm 47 my son is 16 and loves Model Ts as does his sister 14. Both have Ts of there own. I grew up in the hobby so have my children. Couldn't ask for a better family hobby. We haven't been involved as much lately on the Tour scene due to traveling summer sports. My dad has been involved since the 60s and is now in his 70s and still involved. It has been tough to see as many Model T guys leave us.
I'm 44 trying to get my son involved he's 17
74 1/2.Been messing with them for 52 years now.
40, well I think that says forty. It might be 48, but my wife keeps telling me to make an eye appointment.
I'm 71 and while i don't look younger,i don't know what i want to be when i grow up!! Bud.
65 this April, been in T's since I was born, still have my grandpa's 25 coupe.
65, but trying to maintain a body of a much younger age.
60, the first 8 years or so were pretty much normal, then 8 till 12, was dangerous but not too bad, 12 -17 was "how the hell did I live thru those years" 18 to 24 was the years "my guardian angel lost a lot of sleep" Then I settled down and worked the second most dangerous job in the US (Air Force Test Pilot is #1)till I finally retired at 55 from the Boilermakers. 12, 14, 16, even some 20 hour shifts take their toll, so I retired early. And my poor Guardian Angel may be getting some well deserved rest now that I mostly just play in the shop and do things with the kids and grandkids.. Got my first T when I was 17 years old. I have one grandson, showing some real interest. Started teaching him to weld and play guitar. There is still hope for the younger generation ...
Just turned 48
62 going on 18.
66 with half century of Model Ts. Center door, roadster, coupe, touring and C Cab getting restored as I'm getting worn out...
Bought my T 60 years ago at age 18
50 this year!
I am 39 years younger than my 1920 T. My dad got the car 6 years before I was born and I did my first work on it when I painted the rear fender with yellow paint at age 4. I still have the fender with the yellow paint on it and I still remember the welts on my butt as payment for services rendered.
34 nice to see there are a couple 20 and 30 somethings here.
Got my first T when I was 31.
Turing 62 on February the 11th. The same date as Talbot (the inventor of photography) and Edison.
56 Never too late to have a happy childhood
Tim Spofford wins...he is 136 years old.
62, 30 years younger than my TT
I turned 17 last August
(I'm on the left.)
80, with a '14 T touring I just bought and haven't seen yet. My son is 52, with a '12 commercial roadster.
But I don't look my age!
I will be 75 this May. Jack I didn't know we were the same age.
oops math went the wrong way. Tim Spofford is younger than his car and not older. I blame my age...Grandpa was born with the Model T in 1909 and I was born when he was 52. That makes me 56, did I get this one right? That would make Tim Spofford 57.
Don't let my daughter the math teacher see this.
52 this March
67 been messing with T's off and on since I was 14. Dave
Hey Tim, at least you don't have grey hair like I do at 47. I have been gray since just out of high school. This math teacher knows you can add and subtract. I have seen it many times in our travels together. Fun seeing you for a visit last Saturday. Mark E.
51 in May
48 a few days ago.
79 and my first T is not finished yet, but it will be this year for sure.
66 for now. This is my first T and just getting it going. Purchased the pile of half rotten scrap in 1991. I also hope to finish it this year.
72 thinking I'm 32
Old enough to know better young enough still to do it
48 but been playing with T's since I was 20 and model A since I was old enough hold a wrench
Was always a Ford man
41 for another few weeks...
75 in june. Dave in Bellingham,WA
78. Our T was purchased by my father when I was about 22. Next owner will be my son-now 50- then my grandson-now 17. Definitely a family car
63 in a few weeks.
29 and holding But in reality 55 Cheers Colin
Physically and mentally, 23. Actually, 63. Four and a half years in the Marines, an hour and a half in the gym every other day, the love of a good woman and an occasional drive in a Model T helps ward off old age, somewhat. Jim Patrick
I'm 55 and wishing I was retired
PS. Been dabbling in Model T's for 47 years, since first purchasing my '26 coupe as a rusted heap in 1970 for $600.00. Jim Patrick
In December I celebrated the 30th anniversary of my 39th birthday. But I'm doing very well for my age. My wife often tells me I'm childish.
63 and still 6 days younger than Mr. Pawelek!!
53. Freedom 55 is coming.....yeah right.
I am 89 tears old and have three model t,s. Bought my first one in 1950 and still have. Won an AACA grand national award.
56 going on 5. Never grew out of childhood.
64, and it's later then I think
85 ...Just finished this:
The good news is all my cars except for my Ferrari are older than me. I enjoy walking about the barn and looking at all those old cars.
I remember when my brother and I were the kids of the family now we are the elders, My brother just celebrated his 80th, and next July will ring up my 73rd. My 1st ride in a model t was wen I was 12. Still going strong. Just acquired enough stuff for my next project, a Fronty powered speedster.
39 for another month to go till I turn 40....
Just made 34 today!
I am 19, and hope to own my first T before I turn 20 this summer *knock on wood*. I think there are a few posters on here younger than me.
I am the opposite of you guys. I am 19 physically and 70 in mind.
I'm just 60.
Getting older every day.
47, my Grandfather bought my 1912 when I was 2 and I've grown up with it. I'm really surprised at the ages on here. I thought I was one of the youngest. I certainly am at club meetings and car events.
52 for a couple more months.
First physical manifestation of a running/portable model T (building up old junk from old junk parts)? 20 years ago.
SO much fun and STILL dearly love that old pile of sh!t! Now I got more of 'em. Much to do.
The front axle and wheels in my mom's yard have been mine since I was 11.
I need to get that axle back.
Damn Roxy cat, I could type quicker if you'd get off my lap.
my youngest son aiden 10 and myself 44
and second pic is my eldest patrick 14 and myself
61, first ride in a Model T was my uncle's when about 6, family has been with Model T's since Grandpa drove them in the 20's because he could with only one leg. Got my first one in 1992 and have 6 now. Four are running, the 16 RPU is getting close, then the 12 gets it's turn.
Jim Bowery Wellsburg,WV
I am 74 got my first T when I was 45
64 and son 21
62 starting the golden years ?????????
I'm 64 and my Dad who started this addiction is 88 and still drives his 27 Touring cars on our rallies. He has owned the vehicle since 1942 and me my 26 Pick up since 1962
Old enough to know better !! 70
XXXVI, I've been at model T's for a while considering I'm 3rd generation.
Just old enough to wish I had gotten to this hobby when I was younger...63
80....doing this since I was 13. Member MTFCA #3538
61 and my 24 year old son is my eyes. Takes the WWI machine gun carrier out daily for a fun drive. He's converting my oil lamps to electric and seems to have formed more of an attachment to the T than to our WWII jeep. So, good for one hobby to have a second generation follow and not so good for the other hobby.
Heavily involved in both eras of military vehicle restoraction and both clubs have a common age and disposable income commonality. And the same concern... where will it be 20 years from now?
71-3/4 -- I'm a '45 model.
63 - 27 yr old daughter heavily into the cars but Vet school doesn't allow her much time. 32 Yr old son likes the cars, but not really into them. Whole family also does WWII re-enacting with our Jeep, 42 Ford and Harley WLA.
WOWWWWWWW ! Nice to see so many names here that you seldom see posting on the Forum. Keep it up!! your input is most welcome.
I'll be 68 this year.
74 and still don't know anything
Turned 56 on Jan. 25th.
74 next month---RE:birthdays "keep em coming!"
Will be 52 on 2/20.
I think this idea came from the FordBarn. I started to post the same question but wasn't sure you guys would be receptive since it wasn't model T related.
I am 51!!!!
62 and 3 1/2 years cancer free! Life is good!
so far we are averaging 60.25 yrs
With 139 ages posted so far, the youngest is 17, the oldest is 89, and the average is 58.
Hmmm... Did I miss some?
51 - or about as old as MTFCA
For the first 139 posters the average age is 58.67 years. That's assuming some of the convoluted calculations involved subtracting from the age of the car or adding anniversaries of birthdays are correct. That's a little younger than the previous survey according to Steve's recollection. I detect a trend toward youth in the hobby!!
Apparently Steve adds more quickly than I do or has fewer interruptions!!
Old Canadian here at 72.5 and still learning.
Evan in Paso Robles, cogratulations on such a fantastic achievement. Keep at it sir.
I've never been in a group where I raised the average IQ, nor the average height. But at lease I can help raise the average age. 74 here.
75 War baby not a boomer.First car Model A at 15 took driver test Pasadena Ca.in same car at 16.
It is amazing how everyone just offers up their number so quickly. I don't believe this would have been a very long thread if most of us on this forum were women.
I'm 57 and have been interested in Model T Fords since I was about 12. I've bought and traded a lot of parts over the years but I still don't have a running Model T.
1956 Model worked on first Model T in 1966 (Dads 27 roadster pu)
I am 64. Although I have liked Model T's since I was 5, I didn't own one until I was 60. Here is a photo of my first "car" - obviously a well used "hand me down". My second car(a 1965 VW)was a hand me down also.
45 with my 6 year old son extremely interested in the T and always willing to help!
76 year young
I'm 60 now and I just picked up my second T last week, a 23 low radiator from Dan Hatch. Dan is a great guy. Totally straight shooter. We're both wishing our memory banks were working better however. Right Dan?
Ya' think it would be mean to post my age of 75 a second time, just to screw up Steve Jelf's tedious mathematical averaging?
83+2 days and going strong after a 4 way bypass in 2013 June. Normal aches and pains.
Maybe I can lower the average age and IQ a little at the same time. 53 (age not IQ)
65 Coffee anybody ??
Funny little machine with buttons says I'm 78. Into Ts about 10 years.
I am the same age as one of the Robert's that have posted above ....
People above and below the average are pretty much cancelling each other out. The average now stands at 58.5.
Just learned recently that Lindley ave which is the western border street of the burb where I grew up is named after Lindley Bothwell. I wish I knew that in 1966.
50 this year
60 & 3/4
Started collecting bits and pieces for T's and other great old cars when I was about 16 or 17.
61. Need to bump that average up a bit
I'll be 16&1/4 this year if I had a birth day at the end of this month!
A lady really shouldn't tell her age but... this probably gives you some idea! I'm the short one... showing an early interest in cars?!
What are these cars anyway?!
Notice the brick streets... yikes!
67 on April 28th. Now that you know, I'm expecting either a gift or a card with cash in it!!
'46 Kaiser (might even be a Fraser) on the left, and a '51 Nash Ambassador on the right.
65 this year
65 in November but with a new hip put in two weeks ago I hope to feel twenty years younger when the car season arrives. Drove in my first Model T, a 1919 Roadster, when I was 14.
Wow. Lot of people younger than me. I'm 58 next month. Right in the middle.
59 and still kicking.
59 1/2. Been working on T's since I could walk and hold a wrench. Still learning something new every time I go to the garage.
All joking aside, I'm happy to see that our average age is as low as it is. And I'm especially gratified to see how many genuinely young people we have in our midst.
55 last November, drove my first model t when I was in my 20's wanted one since grade school when the school bus went by one every day setting beside an old barn, the car and barn are gone now.
Great profile image !
Mike R in Spokane,
Great profile image of you & your little girl ? I am guessing .....
It is very encouraging to see young guys posting .....
Well 53 and been tinkering with the model T s for about 4 years so far. Had model A s for 20 years and wanted a T the whole time. Finally bought the first T and now have two good runners and a pile of parts 3rd one. Might eventually get smart enough to just sell off the one in a basket and buy a runner and make my bad back and knees happier. Still work 65-70 hours a week, the basket case doesnt get much attention with my schedule.Tim
81. Ole Gert followed me home in 2011 and will probably have her completed in another year or so. First car was a Model A that I traded a litter of pigs for back in 1950 or so. My son has a 1930 Model A, restored and has spoken for Betsy, my 23 Roadster. Life is good!!!!
I'll be 50 this October. I started working on Model As with my Dad when I was 5 years old. Got my first doodlebug when I was 8 years old and still have her today. Bought my first Model T when I was 35.
I'm 28 myself, but have really been involved in the hobby since I was 20 or so
In another 24 years I will be 100..
57 in three weeks. I do look younger than that.
What I always think is interesting is when I drive the T somewhere, and some bystanders come to observe it and ask someone much older than I am if it's their car. The surprise on their faces to see someone so young with a such an old car is priceless!
I'm 50, and my boys ages 25 and 22 began working/tinkering on dad's 1926 pickup in 1995 when they were just 4 and 1. They still help me a ton. My grandson is 21 MONTHS old, seems to know more about Model T's than me, and is itching to help me start restoring our new rusty old 1923 touring.
I have been fooling with Model Ts since my backyard neighbor showed up with one when I was 14. (!926 coupe) That has been 64 years ago. Time flies when your are having fun.
25 or 6 to 4 ?
56 and been messing with T's for about 7 years now.
The response to this post has been amazing.I had no idea of the age span or the global span of T'ers. I would like to see this response graphed and posted on the forum. I don't have the time at present to do it, as I am busy wiring the controls for an asphault plant, but when finished I will do so(if someone doesn't beat me to it and I hope they do).
Steve, Susan just brought the average age down. She appears to look only 4 years old?
77 and still enjoy working on my T's although time has been scarcer this year due to health issues in the family.
Sorry to say I "wasted" the first 40 years on other stuff until my first T came along.... Well, not really. Had loads of fun with scooters and bikes and sports cars, but Model T's.... Now there's a bundle of fun, I can tell ya!
I bought my 1910 T 70 years ago at the age of 14. Here is the story.
I bought my first T, my 14, at Hershey 1975. I was 31. At the time people were saying T's were all done, only old guys liked them, there was no future for them. When I went on my first national tour I was the youngest guy there. You here the same thing on this forum now. Check the ages on this post. The demise of the T is greatly exaggerated.
Just days away from 71... There is a MTFCA post/thread recalling my earliest T (actually TT) experiences. Thread is titled "My Dad's Legacy". The truck is in various stages of restoration, as I am able to accomplish, one step at a time.
68. Since I was in my early teens, I have always wanted a Model T. A few years ago, my dream came true.
72 last month. I have always wanted a T, but didn't have the chance to acquire one until about four years ago. I finally got my second one last year and got It running about six months ago. I have worked on and driven many antique and classic era cars but nothing is like the feeling I get from driving the Model T.
brand new to the model t world, just bought my first one, which was delivered in Dec. on my 59th birthday.....now that's a present !!! I've wanted one since I was 8,an elderly neighbor had one as his only car, never even sat in one, till I purchased this gem. cant wait to finish the rebuild and join y'all on the road.....I have everything to learn, and this club and website are the greatest .just applied for membership in the tarheel t's, just thinking I finally own one makes me smile.
33 and have owned my T since I was 29.
John f, welcome to the fun or the affliction/addiction/madness/insanity of the model T! :-)
I know exactly what you mean about your smile.
Darel & Marv, Great write ups!
50, still cranking. Nice to read what people have to say on this tread.
I'm 74 and I learned about Model T's from my Grandfather, Frank Mossberg, who owned Apco Mossberg Co. and designed and manufactured many of the tools and accessories used to keep Model T's on the road when they were new. It was fun learning about Model T's from some of the people who were responsible for designing and making many of the tools and accessories that kept the Model T on the road originally.
I am 76, bought my first old car in 1964. It was a 1936 Ford coupe. I sold it in about 1968, the guy I sold it too still has it, although it is a hotrod. Got into "T" in the 1990s, when my father in law had one which I have inherited. Doing a restoration now. 1919 touring, non starter. The body is all done, working on the chassis.
For those who never knew Model T's as new or regular drivers, they drive very
much like a glorified go-kart. What former child won't find that attractive ? I believe
a lot more people would be into T's if they had the exposure to driving one. Be
that crazy old car guy on your block !
If I live to be 100, 3/4 of my life is over!
62 With 2 Model Ts a 1927 touring and a 1923 coupe . This is my 27 th year with Model Ts
51. Me in our 23 . I was 5 years old. I'm now the owner.
79. I have had this 26 tt for over 30 years just sitting with the motor out and needing some TLC. Just about to sit it in place and hope it will run.
Allen, S W Mo.
I've Been fooling with Model Ts for 40 years. I brought my 1919 basketcase home when I was 15 years old in 1976. When I joined the Puget Sound Chapter I was the youngest member... and remained the youngest member for many years.
It was the first car I ever owned and still have it.
: ^ )
I am only! 60 my uncle Pete is 99! He likes riding in the T but it's a lot easier for him to get in the A! he can still drive but he scares me!
41 bought my first T at 15
51 and owned my T for 12 years.
Been a Ford nut from age 12 when my brother bought a 37 V8 cabriolet. First car was a 38 cabriolet. Started collecting T parts in my 20s, bought my T age 31. Only got 1 T plus an A & a V8.
38 years younger than my 1912 touring....
That article & your accounting are a great read !
Might as well join in to try and bring the average down to the younger guys, LOL.
I'm 43, been in the T hobby on and off for almost 12 years now (heavily in the past 4 years though) and still haven't driven our pickup more than a mile. I vow to change that soon.
I am amazed by the amount of computer abled elders on here, my grandmother, rest her soul, would be asking me how to change the channel to watch her soap operas, and why I am typing but no paper is in the typewriter.
It is great to see that technology has truly brought us all together.
Just turned 19. My 1919 Roadster is my only car!
I am 64. Addicted to T's for 45 years.
I am 62. I started with Ts when I was 13 and some might say that I haven't smartened up yet.
I am 36. Have always wanted a T, now I have a 27 Canadian Coupe. Now I am looking for a roadster to complete my T dreams!
79, but I work out.
Learned to drive a T at 7 in the pasture in a 24 truck my grandpa bought new 7 miles from our farm. Still driving the same truck 30 years later. Below is dad with grandpa's truck.
77 and still having fun.
75 and am on my 9th "T" with as many as 4 all at once. Retire in 06 and started collecting car, have acquired 24 various makess to date, the most being the "T"s. I am a much saner person now.
Well, back in 1971, I finally got the Model A (Ma Green) running that I started working on in 1967, when I was in 8th grade, On the road in time to drive to my high school graduation;
And here we are last year, sitting in Barney--Did I advance any??
OK, us back in 1978 with Ma Green, I did finish her. Still have her; I'm the second owner of record.
OH, my age? Well this year I will be 64--but I have no idea how I got this old. What do I want to be when I grow up??? Hmm, Younger???
Well you are only as old as you think you are. I am 79-- BUT it is all about YOUR ATTITUDE and that is the ONLY thing you can control.
70, but who cares when you are having fun. Sold a Model A last year and it was worse than having surgery. Oh well must be time to down size. Everything is getting older, me included.
Just turned 63. Purchased our third T last fall. Waiting for warmer weather to work on it
Jim Eubanks 75, got my first T in 1959 and learned to drive it in a cow pasture.
Started driving (off & on) my 14 Touring, 68 years ago at the ripe old age of 10. Dad got the T from his uncle, Ed Burr of Sturgeon Bay, WI,in 1946, and Ed bought the car from Henry. The T remains mostly original, (new top) and a fair amount of patina. We usually do about 9 or 10 car shows plus 2 parades, every summer on northern Wisconsin.
I just turned 77 on Feb. 8. I saw my first Model T in a scrap pile for the war effort for the second world war in my home town. I bought my first Model in 1962. It was on a farm with a 6 inch tree growing up through the floor. I got it running. I have had a Model T ever since.
Since I last checked the average has climbed a little. It now stands at 59.3. Ages range from 17 to 85.
Hugo Richter in our Dallas club is 102 years old. I suspect he may be the oldest North American Model T person.
I inherited my '26 Coupe from my grandfather a few years ago, but I've been wrenching on it since I was in single digits. I plan to start my 1 1/2 year old soon.
I suspect our average would skew higher if so many experienced Model T guys in their eighties and older weren't computer averse. I often mention the forum as a source of information and the response is a blank stare.
Steve, thank you for giving us the average age of T'eers. I am happily surprised to find that this is not just a hobby for us "over the hillers". BTW there has been several suggestions that this forum be split into categories..I wonder in which category this post could have been found ? Everyone of those who responded except those only interested in age would have missed this post, which has greatly enlarged my conception of the Model T world. Thank you Steve.
Just turned 53 last December.
Got into the hobby about an year and a half ago, but was always interested in T's from an early age.
Probably inspired by an old photo of my dad, his brothers and a couple of neighbor kids driving a whole mile to the country school with a '27 cut off touring, circa 1949.
My dad is the second from the left, in the back, his younger brother in the middle and his older brother driving.
And we still have that car here, it's just not driveable at this point... but hope to rectify that soon.
I'm 85 and didn't realize there were so many youngsters on this forum!!!
I'm 65 . sorry for running the numbers up Steve. Ken
I am 21, my name is Seamus.
Been playing with Model T since 1973, that's when my dad and I started working on my car...and here I am at 65 and still working on that my car...again.
I'll be 64 in May
48 years old. Bought my 1924 coupe October 2015.
It'd be interesting to see a histogram of the ages to see if it is a non-normal distribution. Bi-modal, skewed, or normal. With the average where it is, and with history as we know it, you'd expect it to be skewed on the high side, but could it be bi-modal with a certain age group showing a lower number of observation. I.e. Are the 35 +/- 3 years too busy raising kids and yet there are enough occurrences to cause a bi-modal situation.
I'm 82. Hey, I'm with you John Robinson. Who said the hobby is running out of young people. I feel better about the future of the Model T after reading this thread.
I'm 64 and have 4 T's. My son is 32 and has 2 of his own. He got his first T, a 1912, 17 years ago. I got into T's a few years after that because he was having too much fun!
Here's a picture of his car a few years ago. It's undergoing restoration right now. Ken
I'm going for the oldest NEWB at 64!!!
I'll be 64 in July. Grew up with my dads '14 touring in the garage.Got a T chassis when I was 12. Still at it.....
I'm this many.............
Amazing! The teenagers I knew with model t Fords are in their mid thirties!??
I was 80 the 26th of last month.
Had four model T Fords, so far.
I've had my '26 touring 24 years and am working on another speedster, am working full time so it may be a while.
I've already mentioned my age, so I wont mention it again because of skewing Steve's average. I am gratified to see so many younger people in the hobby, but I am also pleased to see so many who are well past the retirement??? age still going strong. I think this country is losing a great resource of knowledge and experience when it sets aside and ignores its older generations. Let's keep working and driving our model T as long as possible. Some of the best advice and best model T stories I have heard has been from model T'ers older than myself, and I am in my late seventies,
With all of the ages and the wisdom on the forum this will help all of us keep our cars going for the next T owners someday. Not ready for my A s or T s to leave though... Tim
In 3 weeks I will be 76. I got my first t when I was a teenager. A great hobby.
I'll chime in for the record.
Am 64 and a model T newbie.
We're getting older. This morning's average, with 243 reporting, is 58.89 years. A couple of responses were too clever for me to figure out.
Well: I will add to this post, and Steve can up the average. Be 82 this May 30th. Still have my first T, a 15 touring, that came to live with me in 1954.
"A couple of responses were too clever for me to figure out."
A couple of them were pretty mysterious. I finally deciphered George Mills' puzzle. If I'm right, those 8 cars are all '49's.
8 X 49 = 392
George is easily the oldest member of our group. There goes the average !
Hi Dick and Others,
I would think George M is indicating a 1949 birth year which makes him 67 this year. I can up him by 10. I am a 1939 model and bought my first model T in 1964.My family now have a 1911,12,13,16,18 and an 18TT (see profile) plus other makes including my 1908 Reliable Dayton, ex Donnie Brown, the MTFCA famous speedster builder......N.
I currently round to 53.
Bingo, took a while for a nibble...hah
They are all 1949 cars...
Top row....Ford, Pontiac, Cadillac, Dodge...
Bottom Row....Kaiser, Hudson, Lincoln, Studebaker...
Hey George? I mean,....sheeeesh! It was just a simple question! Are you like that at home too? (:^) (;^)
43. But I had to ask my wife to be sure. I guess it's that important. The important part is that my soon to be 9 year old son William is very determent to build a T racer for himself. He got 4 wheels so far at our local swap meet. He worked hard for that $400 in the garage what he spent on not video games or shoes but T wheels...