Jay, thanks so much for this photo. Back in the mid 60's when my old buddy and I were really getting into T's, we met a wonderful gentleman by the name of John Ahern. He was an old bachelor that lived on a farm not far from Shubert. He was very much into old cars, trucks, tractors etc. We went over to to his farm a couple of times and couldn't believe what all he had. Among all of the cars, trucks, steam tractors and equipment, he had a very original '26 or '27 T Tudor Sedan which we took out for a ride. He let us drive it, but I didn't because I hadn't driven anything enough to be comfortable with it at the time. I was only 14 and hadn't driven anything that old. Among all of the stuff that he had was a complete '32 Ford 3 window coupe setting out in the lot with corrugated tin covering the top. He brought over slide shows to our house a couple times of the steam tractor shows in E. central KS., can't think of the name of the town right now. Heck of a nice guy, really helped fuel our "affliction"! I've always wondered where all of his stuff went. Thanks for the memories!!!! Dave
One building is still recognizable.