...in the Southern Tier of New York anyway.
A most beautiful night last night for a ride along the Susquehanna River.
Tim, nice pics and looks like it was a great ride.
They're numbered here too, and well, just about everywhere. What's worse, we're in for one of the coolest Septembers in decades in the Great Lakes region. Think we're in for a real cold winter this time!
The other Tim
Beautiful Tim. A good reminder for us all to enjoy the nice days we have left.
Tim R. Those are great photos. Took my RPU for a ride last evening also. Nothing like your scene. Tim W. Good thing My top and side curtians will be here soon if it will be cold this winter.
Yep you are right and people have been talking about it for a long time. As an example this is one of my favorite Marty Robbins songs. Enjoy!
Ha ... looks like I'll be getting my "23 inspected in about two or three weeks. So ..numbered indeed. On the other hand I often drove my previous T on the mild winter days. Didn't mind the cold, it was the poor handling in the snow that kept me from driving it more. Don't want to chew up my wheels with chains.
Nice. Your hard work really paid off !!
G.R.: Thanks for the post.
Absolutely beautiful pictures Tim!
That Ford looks GREAT!
Shoot I'm just gonna ask, is that gloss black or a satin?
Satin- looks the best in my opinion.
Tim, I was wondering about your paint. I am ready to paint metal panels for my MP wood cab. I dont want them too glossy. I like that look
Beautiful photos of a beautiful car.
Now that's a perfect example of why we are all addicted to owning and driving our Model T's. What a beautiful photo!
You obviously trust your hand brake or have a wheel chock
on the RHR wheel!
Alan in Western Australia
I was born and raised in Binghamton...your photos make me homesick...spent many pleasant hours on the Susquehanna and Chenango rivers growing up..NC is nice, but I do miss the Southern Tier...Thanks for the memories !!
Tim, Have you submitted that photo to Lang's for the calendar?
Tim, great post & pictures, Thank you, but don't give-up so soon there should be plenty of warm summer/fall nights to come and with your top down just think about how beautiful the foliage will be end of September.
G.R.- your suggestion humbles me, thank you. I wouldn't have thought my 23 worthy of a calendar but I just might submit the photos.
John- the changing economy in the Greater Binghamton area certainly has drawn thousands away
but the extreme beauty of the Apalachin valleys keeps me here.
Great images of a great car in it's natural element ....
Tim, I hope you do, that is a "picture perfect" image for a calendar - it would give me a lot of pleasure to have that on display for a month . . . or a lot longer !