This link tells it all: Thanks for the post, Marv!!
Great idea and I liked your photos.
How many months to build the car?
Did it all work out?
Any suggestions if another club wanted to do it?
We, Harvey and crew, did it by meeting one or two Saturdays a month and it took about a year. Harvey cleaned and painted a lot of the small parts at home. Eighty percent (80%) of a project like this is getting started. It also takes a person or two to drive it to completion. Everyone that worked on the project had fun and showed up for every meeting. One of our members has an old aircraft hanger on a closed airport where we did the work
I can't take credit for something I didn't do... The photos show there was a good time enjoyed, and a neat motivation for a wonderful cause! ('Youse guys done good!!)
Take Care; Behave; Stay Warm (and)
We did not decide to do this at a meeting. We started our "AWFUL WAFFLE" seminars a long time ago to do Model T maintenance and safety things and just decided to use them for this project. The car is registered and "on the road". Next step is to turn it into cash for the Lions blind project.
Thanks Marv for sending that post. I did not take all the photos and I'm not sure who published them. I thank all the guys for a job well done.
It seems as though your 'familiar face' appears in some of the photos. I still hope to saying "Hi!" in person when out your way.
Meanwhile - "Happy T-ing!"
Nice to look at people that I met 3 years ago.
Congratulations to this team and specialy to Milton Web the instructor who gave me his T publications. I plan to visit you again next april after Bakersfield swap.
Pierre from France