I'm not going to spend all day editing pictures, but here are some museum shots. I'll get to the others later.
1903 Ford Model A.
Cutaway chassis made by the East Central Kansas T's and the Flatland T's.
1927 cutaway engine.
1922 Model T Snowmobile
1911 Torpedo Runabout
Having two 1902 touring cars side by side allows comparison of the later #6413, made in July 1909, with the earlier #394.
The controls on #6413 are the same ones we're all used to using.
But #394 is one of those famous two-pedal Model T's (the first 750).
1907 Model R
A prominent feature displayed in the Museum is the Pietenpol airplane powered by a Model T Engine.
Displayed along with the plane is a photo of it in the air.
The museum annex is also full of Model T's.
Model T on the farm: you can use it to run your thresher, baler, and other machinery.
(Message edited by steve_jelf_parkerfield_ks on July 16, 2018)
Nice pictures, Steve. Thanks for posting them.
Thanks for posting the pictures Steve.
I enjoyed them.
Thanks for the pictures. That's a sharp looking Model TT produce truck.
Some day, I hope to see that place! Mean time, thanks for the photos.
I don't see the second lever on #394, is it hiding in plain sight?
Here it is from a different angle
Thanks for the photos, Steve. Passed through Richmond on June 10th and spent a couple of hours at the museum. If my grandson's 12th birthday family celebration hadn't been this past weekend, I'd probably have driven over just to see everything and everyone.
I didn't get a lot of pictures because my time was limited and I was there looking for parts for only about 4 hours but here are the good ones. I took a few detail shots of the 12 for me and the 09 for the heck of it.
Here are a few more Friday shots.