I thought you might enjoy a seeing a drawing by a Montana artist who does old cars, tractors, motorcycles, airplanes, etc., and is known for his amazing detail. He does quite a few Ford ones, but his Indian and Harley motorcycle depictions are great as well.
My wife bought that one in big fork about 7 years ago. It is framed and hanging in our living room. Looks like an early 500 race.
The artist is Don Greytak, Havre, Montana. Here is a link to his website:
There were prints of a couple dozen of his great sketches at Montana Swap Meets 20 years ago. The detail and accuracy is phenomenal. I bought one of a '10 or so Maytag automobile. If Stan or anyone knows who to contact and if some are available I know several form members might be interested in buying prints.
Kurt, thanks for bringing this up.
Thanks Stan. You're quick.
His first prints were a lot of OLD cars, not so much anymore. Most of the old ones are sold out, about 40 years ago my stepdad bought me one of a cowboy standing looking in the open hood of a Model T. It hasn't been available for many years in the original size. If I remember to do it I'll take a shot of it and post it some time.
There are also a lot that were done on commission -- I have one that ended up being the cover for the Montana Grain Growers that shows a TT with a grain box waiting in line at the elevator. Never available for sale.
If you are ever in Great Falls, the entry of the Montana Grain Growers has a dozen or so of his originals hanging.
boy those are fantastic, thanks for sharing
Another one I particularly like is the Bride and Groom attempting to drive away from the Church with the Bride standing by the broken down T and the Groom is try to get the Ts motor running TOO.