After I sold my T truck post divorce, I always regretted it. Today I bought a mostly complete 1924 chassis to help with my withdrawal symptoms. Wish me luck!
Good luck and welcome back.
Yes, welcome back. I understand posting pictures of your progress helps with the withdrawls
How well l remember selling off some of my stuff to settle with X.
I also remember telling her she could keep her huge Barbie doll collection.Because l suppose l felt bad for my having to end it.When a couple years later she shipped all that stuff to a doll auction house and netted over ten grand,all l got was a grin,from a mouth full of teeth l paid for.
Working on a T is good therapy for times in life like this.in life like this.
Welcome back. I'm in the same club. Fortunately, nothing sold off. Great to see you back Rob.
Life gets complicated doesn't it? T's do help make everything better for many of us.
Glad you are back.
Experience says "Do a pre-nup!" (Especially for the 2nd time around...)
Love is a many splintered thing....
Marv, I sold it because I drove us in it from the ceremony to the reception. Be damned if I was going to look at daily. Should have just changed bodies!
I thought perhaps an ex wife was posting ...
Welcome back! Actually, I thought you were still one of us, T or no T.
Rod did that exact same thing sold my freshly done T speedster to settle my divorce few months later bought a prodject speedster
Not as fresh not as nice but just as much fun
Rob, regret selling the model T or regret getting married and divorced? I think I know. Welcome back and good luck with your new project.
Rob & Rob,
Very sorry to hear of both your divorces, but very glad you are both back out and about enjoying your Fords! Carry on!
Welcome back, I just came "back" myself after at least a decade. After doing a bit of travelling and moving about I am close to getting settled and have dug my T parts out of storage which involved an 8ooo mile trip across the country. I'm still unpacking bits and pieces.
A friend in Seattle was approaching the 25th anniversary. He asked his wife what she would like for a gift. She told him a face lift and some perky boobs.
He accommodated her to the tune just at 20 grand. After she healed up they went to Hawaii for 10 days. Upon arriving back at the Seattle airport, she actually handed him divorce papers and then proceeded to meet up with her new lover, leaving my friend standing in the luggage line.
It cost him several T's 2 boobs and a fresh face, plus a Duesenburg powered Roamer. He died a very biter guy.
Have you driven your chassis around, sittin' on the gas tank yet? ;-) You know we want pictures!
Hormonal issues and then more hormones prescribed for fun (not) just about hammered the wedge deep enough to crack me and mine apart. Just about. She sees it too.
In that way, I don't know who'd be happier... The ones that let it all go or the ones that tough it out. I've never been on a surfboard but I've ridden MANY waves.
In my world, hormones are Scary Monsters but they sure don't live under the bed, they're in your face.
I have that album yet still don't understand David Bowie...