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CNHMTFC July 12, 2014 tour

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Author: Warren Henderson Monday, 14 July 2014

CNHMTFC July 12, 2014 tour

The Central New Hampshire Model T Ford Club's July 12th tour, thanks to Carl Goodman was a great tour! I had a wonderful time and enjoyed every minute I was on tour. There is no better way to spend a Saturday than touring in your Model T with a great group of friends! The farm was a wonderful place to visit and the High Tide in Hillsborough was a great place for lunch.

Happy motoring,

Warren

        
   

1926 Cadillac restoration

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Author: Brent Bevard Sunday, 13 July 2014

1926 Cadillac restoration

This restoration is nearly complete but cant find the heads for the 1926 Cadillac 314 motor under the hood.

Brent Bevard


editor: Brent, take our advise, post a Wanted Advert with picture of your car plus location of the missing part under the hood. 

 
   

1928 Austin Heavy Twelve

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Author: MR GEORGE C CATLOW Tuesday, 08 July 2014

1928   Austin  Heavy TwelveThis is a unique vintage vehicle converted during
the second world war so as to be allowed extra petrol coupons,
as a commercial
    
   

Mercedes 230 w143 OTP and a w18

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Author: hansvdc Friday, 04 July 2014

Mercedes 230 w143 OTP and a w18A w143 230  otp and a w18 290

Hans v.d. C. 
  
   

A Real Reliability Tour

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Author: Terry Bond Thursday, 26 June 2014

A Real Reliability Tour

It is called a reliability tour!  We just returned from the joint AACA/HCCA reliability tour in the Lancaster, PA area.  A week full of backroads, twists and turns, hills, even an old railroad bed and the chance to Ford (no pun intended) some streams!  Our 1914 T with Grandkids performed fabulously with only some transmission band adjustments en-route.  We saw a lot of history, ate too much, slept too little, endured some mud, rain, ruts, dirt roads, steep hills but it was a great kind of tired.  We're ready to roll again.  Will try and send a couple of additional pics later showing some of the amazine brass age cars participating - from 1904 to 1916 including cars like Abbott Detroit, Chalmers, Rambler, Cowey Flyer, Franklin, White, Overland, Buick, Dorris, and a host of Model T's of the brass era.  Great fun and a true-to tradition recreation of one of the early reliability tours. 
Terry Bond
   

Ho much for a 1941 Plymouth delivery P11

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Author: Bob Thursday, 26 June 2014

a 1941 sedan delivery  P11

I am considering this 41 Plymouth sedan delivery for a project.  I say considering because I haven't seen it yet, I only have these pics.  I know the owner so it's legit.

It seems complete, including the original motor and interior.  The recess for the passenger side spare tire may have been filled in...not sure...hopefully is just been filled in and not cut and replaced.

The owner says he purchased it in Oregon about 10 years ago and that it was owned at one time by a lumber company in Northern California.  The 41 plates are most likely not original to the car.  I did a google search for images of 41 sedan delivery's and and came up with a pic similar to the ones I have.  It's seems that a few people have seen it before...if anyone has any knowledge of the car, I would like to hear from you...

The owner originally paid around $12k in 2004. Given the rarity and completeness...and the economy today, what might be a fair offer?  Like I said, I'm considering it as a project...any thoughts would be greatly appreciated.
   
   

Silver Dawn wins at RREC 2014

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Author: Stewart Monday, 23 June 2014

Silver Dawn
P & A Wood won outright with the most elegant car in show at the 2014 RREC rally this weekend. Their 1908 Rolls Royce Silver Dawn Ghost is superlative and heres a photo of it on the way collect the Captain Symmons Trophy for Most Elegant Car in Show .
   

Get your Pentecost Wallpaper here!

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Author: Joris Bergsma Friday, 06 June 2014

Get your Pentecost Wallpaper here!

Download your Pentecost wallpaper (click)

(Horwitz collection)

   

My Ford T 1911

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Author: Herman Michel Sunday, 01 June 2014

Ford T 1911   HermanMy Torpedo Ford T 1911.   
      
   

Bio - engine

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Author: Mathieu Cuppens Thursday, 24 April 2014

Bio -  engine

This is not a pedal car, use  your arm muscles ,you pull the wheel up against your chest, then push away from you chest, keep it safely up to 50 miles / h, and turn in the right direction, bio ... bio ...; Bio ..

 
   

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