A Ford and Buick broke into the Studebaker pass in review. One young Model T fan seemed to enjoy the fun....
The Buick people are Linda and Hugo Vermeulen from Canada. Their car is a two-cylinder 1905 Model C. They come on many HCCA tours, and not just the 1&2-cylinder tours. That Buick keeps up with Model Ts.
Was some gin involved here?
Rob, you are the Man. (Don't worry, Sam has been pre-corrupted)
Wonderful! Thanks for the "ride"! And why should you not be among the Studebakers? After all, as Studebaker was taking over control of the EMF to become re-badged as the Studebaker, they bought the Piquette Avenue plant from ford. From around 1912, through 1915, Studebaker automobiles were built in the same building as some of your early Fords were! Your car, lead their way. So there.
Looking god Rob!