Rob Heyen you have done a fantastic job on the K article!
Ed, Thank you. Natalie did a wonderful job editing and holding my hand putting it together. While it was unusual to see three Model K together on one tour, it looks like we will beat that by one, with four Model K planning to tour in the upcoming New London to New Brighton MN tour in early August. We believe a 1908 Rolls Silver Ghost will join us too, so possibly five 1908 and earlier six cylinder cars on a tour.
Haven't read it yet but enjoyed the pictures. Thanks, Rob
I really enjoyed the K article. Very Interesting.
This was top-notch work by Rob, the author, researcher and car owner; Julie, the photographer; and Natalie, the editor. A superb issue! Congratulations to all! And yes, I thoroughly enjoyed seeing the cars on the BBC (Beautiful Brass Cars) tour in PA.
Gil, will you be in Mn. For the NLNB run?
Jeff - Not this year. We're taking kids and grandkids to a dude ranch in southern Colorado.
Thanks guys. Gil, we will miss you in MN. They have horses there too....
Jeff, will you be at New London? Several of our Early Ford group are looking forward to it. The Early Ford Registry and friends hold an unofficial tour in Paynesville MN the week before New London to New Brighton.
Rob, is it going to be hard driving with all those one and two cylinder cars on the MN tour? I did a Horseless Carrage Tour in hilly country years ago. My 14 T was the newest car out of 50 cars and I had to spend a lot of time in low gear because of all the slow cars.
It really ain't none of my beeswax but when do you folks 'spect ;-) you'll be in Paynesville?
I missed you folks' trip up to Terrace and Bakko's last year.
I'd like to stop in again and lurk. :-)
I got a gig on the 11th (per usual) so no watching the start of the run for me...
The Model T Times arrived this morning. I discovered the article about the Model K.
Thanks Rob for sharing it very interesting and well written .
I will study this and will surely come back with questions.