It was a busy Friday at the MTFCA Museum in Richmond, IN.
One of many things done was the careful loading of the 1923 Model T English Town Car into a beautiful ( I am envious ) enclosed trailer for the trip up to Sandusky, Ohio where the new owner lives.
People sometimes say I am enthusiastic .....
Tim Wrenn is enthusiasm on steroids ......
I had met him before when I picked up a Model T at his place.
He volunteered his time & his trailer to help a friend get the English T safely home.
Way To Go Tim !
Thanks for the comments Jim! Waaay too generous of you!
Always glad to help someone.
I was shrinking/loading pics same time as you got this post in!
The real kudos goes to all the guys who took time out of their busy day helping load this beautiful car in the trailer. I couldn't keep up with 'em to take enough pics! Wish I knew all the names to publicly thank.
Enjoyed my time with you, Keith, Jerry & Kim.
People like you Tim and FJ, are part of the reason the 'T' world is a great place to be.
Only thing that would have been better is a good picture of that tow car before it was loaded up. Way to go fellers, enthusiasm is catching, and your positive attitudes always make the forum a great place to be !
Town. TOWN CAR ! (Tim's pickup is nice, but this is a model T forum ! ; - )
OK, I'm awake now. Good pix on the thread titled Samantha's New Home. Thanks fellers !
Thanks FJ ! Nifty rack on the top !!
BTW, in the picture of the front end of the Town Car 2 posts above, the fellow in the maroon sweat shirt is none other than Jay Klefoth, the seller of the Town Car. I'm the fellow standing there talking with Jay, & was glad to help them load it into the trailer.