I wasn't looking for this but it was the video after R. V. Anderson's video on the Highland Park plant.
This is what I do to pay my bills -- and fund this hobby: voice-overs, videos, commercials, movies, theatre etc.
I usually don't blow my own horn but I thought this would be fun to share.
Great job, Marty! I wanted more, though; it ended too quickly.
Thanks, Bill! I think that was the writer/producers intention: to prepare for the wonder that is Piquette
I really need to get down there to see those "new" letter cars! Steve called me when they were on the way to Detroit to help unload but unfortunately, I had just had shoulder surgery which prevented me from using my right arm for pretty much everything! Needless to say, I was disappointed.
Very nice teaser!
I'm glad you tooted your horn. :-)
Marty, Very nice! I agree with the others that it's too short.
Great video Marty, I saw this video in its entirety at the Piquette one week ago. very much enjoyed seeing old Detroit and its influence on the automotive industry, a must see for all model T enthusiasts, check out Henry Fords office, the secret room in which the model T was designed, and 50 cars.
Toot! Toot!! Love it...
Most excellent video.
I'm impressed on how you did all those horn and horse trotting sounds as well as the bicycle bell sounds!
Denny, it's called talent!
Are the cars at 1:48-1:50 Model K Fords? jb
Great video! Thanks for posting.
To me, the look like R or S.
James, that's a widely published photo of 1908 Ford Model S Roadsters being prepped to load. Two of them are decked out with tops and single head/search lights. They were red, and it would have made a great color photo. This photo was probably taken sometime during spring, summer or early fall 1908.
Marty, thank you for the thread and video.
Thanks Rob, I sincerely enjoy all the Model K information and exploits you share on the forum. Last year when we arrived at the Dearborn Inn for the OCF, the first car my wife and I spotted was your K standing like a beacon at the hotel entrance.
And thanks also to all the others who share these kinds of things with us here. jb