I have been asked this when out in my open car. My answer is always "I get wet!"
Here is how my grandson answered it today:
Click here to see my one year old Grandson, Chase, in the pickup this morning
I think this is pretty good for a 1 year old... well he's not that precocious, he'll be 2 tomorrow!
Another interesting thing is that the dog in the car with Chase is deaf, she responds to the horn because she feels the seat vibrate when he sounds the horn. If she was outside the car, but near the horn, she would not respond!
How do you answer the question?
I got "video unavailable". Do you have the access set to public?
"This video is unavailable."
Sorry about that, I did have it public but forgot to "publish" it. Who knew? Apparently everyone except me!
Give it a try now.
Your Grandson looks right at home there! Keep up the good work, Bill
Cute kid Terry. How's with a wrench ???
Very sweet video! Good kiddo. :-)
The 5 YO grandson slinks under the car, hooks up the ground cable, goes up, turns the lights on and Honks the horn. Waah, waah.
I just go indoors when it rains. :-) Ya, I get wet when out.
Funny, It occurred to me lately how many fellas (and me) have been going around topless.
As we age, we realize perhaps we should put a top on...
When we procure enough top parts, that is. :-)
I've been out in our Roadster and in the Touring a few times in rain, even in light snow. It is remarkable that even without side curtains, the inside remains quite dry unless the wind is blowing at an angle and blows the rain in from the side. The Roadster has wind wings and very little rain gets inside. The back seat of the touring is a different matter though.
That's good that Chase is learning early and seems to be interested. Keep it up Chase!
Well I just try to stay out of the rain. Been caught in rain less times than I can count on one hand, that's enough for me. I have to say, driving Pete home in horizontal rain from a friday night car show last summer really cleaned the road dirt off the white tires. Man they were the whitest I've ever seen...but didn't last long. I drive him a bunch and they get grimy.
At least that will be one kid who doesn't need an autopilot in his car when he's old enough to drive !
Terry,Loved it!!!! Bud.
Time will tell how much of the magic your grandson absorbed. It has the charm of 70 year old 16mm that my father took. Thanks for sharing one more delightful way to enjoy a Model T.
That was pretty good. I don't know of any little kids who do not like a Model T wiper and horn. Great video. Thanks for sharing.