So much fun. :-)
Now that makes me jealous.....I wish I was there and could do that someday
Thanks for bringing a lot fun and joy to the 3rd graders. You never know which one might "catch the bug" and want to know more about cars and Model Ts in particular. I've been able to bring my T to school a couple of times. (Funny, I just remembered I actually drove my T to high school... oh well "old as dirt" comes to mind). But in this century I would occasionally bring it for a show and tell while the class was studying the industrial revolution. The T has always been welcomed by the students even if it isn't closely tied to the lesson plan. And sometimes the students in the next grade that were studying something else were still allowed to go out side for a review of one of industrial revolution icons.
Again thank you for being such a great ambassador for our hobby and club.
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Nice work Ignacio. That is one of the best things we can do for the hobby.
Ignacio, again you made my day (which has been really fine) incredibly even more happy and bright !! Good on you, sir !! You know how to get the most from your Model T by sharing it !
Ya done good, sir.
And you had bibs on!
You astound me at every corner, sir.
Period dress, it was awesome! The kids were fascinated with the car. I told the story of Henry Ford and the Model T history. Play history detective of why it has a 1913 differential 1923 body and 1925 engine and the sandwich crash. They were curious about everything, top speed, where the gas tank was, how it is cooled. Crank started it. They loved it. Great time.
Well done Ignacio !