My photo dump of Saturday pictures was pretty long, so I'll do a new one for the Sunday shots.
Riding with Ed and Sam.
1910 Maxwell AA
1910 Fuller touring
Mark Finley let me drive his 1914 touring. I only stalled it three times.
RV Anderson chats with a visitor.
Lots of brass.
The Model AA bus kept busy.
2003 Model T #1.
There were a lot of bikes.
Time out for ice cream.
Vincent's rustic 1914.
A TT hauling a T beside Edison's office.
1909 Row: An Auto Bug and a couple of Fords.
1921 Hudson Super Six
1924 or 1925?
Followed by Model A's.
A multi-year speedster.
More A's on parade...
The Silver Streak
A Model AA and a Chebby.
A Ford final ride.
A full hack.
What do we want?
When do we want it?
That's pretty much it for stills. Editing the videos will take awhile.
Wonderful captures, as usual, Steve!
Great shots Steve, always high quality photo's from you. I experienced about a 3 day withdrawal symptom after traveling back in time there...
Thank you for sharing!
I should have known you'd be back there snapping pictures. Thanks for the shot of Sam and I.
No doubt, hands down, "The Legend" and a true asset to the MTFCA community. A lot of us appreciate your enthusiasm, knowledge and input in this forum. I know I can speak for alotta people, "Thanks Steve for all you have done". YOU DA MAN..........right guys ???
WOW!!! Great photos Steve,.....what a nice variety! I have to say, after all of the "negativity" earlier this year in regard to the OCF, I had just about crossed the OCF off of my "maybe someday..." list, but all of the great photos (especially yours Steve) have definitely changed my mind for sure! I'm starting to think that maybe all of the problems and turmoil this year actually did some good, as it looks to me like the OCF is maybe even better than ever! It's a very "long haul" from Seattle/Tacoma, but Lord will'n and my health holds, I'm gonna' get there some day. Thanks again Steve, and I for one (and I'm sure, many others) are anxiously awaiting to see the rest of your photos and the videos you mentioned; believe me,....we all appreciate your efforts,.....thanks again,.....harold
Thanks for sharing such great photos. I almost felt like I was there. What a beautiful day it must have been.
John said it !!!
I am enjoying these photos very much. Thanks for posting them.
Harold, in short, yes. Go. Apparently your "maybe even better than ever" comment is on the right track. A couple of folks who have been bringing cars for years told me that they enjoyed it more this time due to the lower number of cars. They found that it made driving less frantic and stressful so they could enjoy it more. The lack of traffic jams certainly didn't empty the streets. There were old cars driving around at all times, especially during the Saturday night light show. I hope I'm able to take a car next time.
The Fella driving the hack is one heck of a nice guy, Dave Ferro from Albuquerque.
Thank you Steve. I wouldn't have been to enjoy this if it wasn't for your pictures!
Like other people, it's on my bucket list.
Great pictures. Thanks for posting
Thanks again Steve!
Thank you Steve, wish that there were more events like that out my way.
The TT car carrier is really cool. Perhaps someone can post more info on a new thread. Is it original? Does anybody have early photos of flatbed TT tow trucks?