Today heading south on 123 a sight to behold there were 4 Rolls heading north around Trout Lake.# looked to be about 1920 or so and one was very early with a lot of brass trim! Very nice and while it was a rare sighting i do not think any of the men wore Roundhouse Bibbs! Bud.Back at home.
Bud, Maybe they were upscale and wore Fincks' overalls.
Thomas,Well they were well healed so maybe they stepped up a little! Bud.
They were headed to the Silver Ghost aka Wholly Ghost tour which is being held in Northern Michigan this year. The tour usually attracts about 20-30 Silver Ghosts.
Thank you Ron! It would have been a hoot to have found all of them! Bud.
Gentlemen, here is one of the cars that is participating on the tour. This one is a 1914 owned by my customer Alan.
I transported if from Maryland where they were participating in one part of the tour to Michigan for the next leg of the tour. I had it in my shop for two days, where I pressure washed the underside, washed the outside & polished on it a bit, because it had gotten very dirty in Maryland. Including salt water splashed on the underside.
That is me dropping it off in Michigan!
Well, that beats my Rolls Canardly!
(Rolls down one hill and can hardly get up the next ;-) )
Now that's part of dream building! if I ever win the jack pot!!
This past weekend I was traveling in Empire Mi when what did appear in the rear view mirror but one of the these Rolls. Then Sunday morning I happen to see three more, a real nice surprise.
I think the one Bill posted a picture of was one of the ones we saw.I remember it was white with a lot of brass up front.Bud. They have a web site also.
Bud, it looks like they made it through Seney today
These are not my pictures. I copied them from "Mater's Stop and Go" Facebook page.
Thank's Ed,i doubt few here can comperhend Seney! Bud.
You are right Bud.
Driving a Rolls Royce only one Bib overall is acceptable ;-)