Sometimes a picture is worth a thousand words.
Yep, he's got the infliction, running through the veins !! Doomed I tell ya, doomed. LMAO
Looks like me at that age...
I literally cut my teeth on the horn button in the center of the locking steering wheel of my (dad's) T !! I actually chipped the paint and I was in my 20s before he fixed it.
I know that my TT was introduced to the family the year before I was born based on family history and photos. However, my first actual memory of it was when I was about the same age as the boy in the photos.
The exhaust pipe is exposed inside the cab. After being told not to touch it because it's "hot", I decided to see just how hot. Well, it turned out it's hot. Although my finger wasn't scared, I do believe the ol' truck branded itself on me.
You really have something there. Never show him how to use a cellphone and he will always show up to help. Love it for you.
All the Best,
Hank in Tin-A-See
Sorry, meant Chadwick! Me Bad, LOL!
if that's done by next june, are you coming out to California for the SCVMTFC endurance run?
No, I believe that would be over 6000 miles round trip. Is it bad that tomorrow we are headed to Homestead to watch the first championship race?
That sounds like fun.
Wonderful! Looks like a Ford 8/9N pedal tractor there. In the first picture, it looks like he is lining up, ready to race!
I guess that part of your family's legacy will be in good hands.
When will he get his first ride in the Faultless?
You trying for the 50th in june?
I wouldn't mind a ride in the legendary faultless either
Tim W, I don't know. Family and financial issues have kept me away for a few years now. I really hate that. But it doesn't look really good for this coming year either.
He has never seen the Faultless. The only other speedster he saw was "26" when we were picking up my T stuff in CA 2 years ago. Last night we went to the NASCAR championship race (first one), he had a great time.