just awesome well done hugs
Oh! MY what a treasure. My neighbor had a model A or T when I was a little girl. He walked to work and only drove it on Sundays. I think in the 1950's he finally bought a new car. Kay
Now that's traveling with /in class lol hugs
It sure is. We had a couple of Canadians travel with us some of the way. They ran out of time and had to return home. JIm and Brenda from Ontario, I think.
Wow my husband has a 1929 Model A Ford he gets it out every once in awhile he got in alot of parades a couple of years ago.So glad youse are having fun in it
Get it out more often, they are a lot of fun. This car was first restored in 1980 and has been re-restored about 5 years ago. We have had a lot of fun.
that's a beautiful car, Must have been an impressive trip. And I'm sure a lot of people must have enjoyed the sigh of this good old beauty !!
We did attract a lot of attention.
This must have been a awesome trip. I bet you get a lot of attention with this beauty. One thing I would miss is air condition, but would give it up for a ride in that good old oldie.
I was surprised as to how cool it was travelling. We did get a lot of attention on the trip, 10 vehicles in our group. Quite a few different body styles.
Wow amazing!! Nice looking car!
A thing of beauty!
And a lot of fun.
I'm so impressed! Do you have 1928 costumes, as the car clubs in America sometimes have?
We do, but do not go into as much detail. As long as it looks like the era. On this trip because of the humid hot weather we were told not to pack our "glad rags". Go casual.
Ahhh, when cars were works of art! It is a gorgeous vehicl3e and I'm glad you enjoyed the trip.
We did enjoy it the trip.
Now I don't care what anyone says.............................that (and cars of a similar age/era) is what I call a car. Absolutely beautiful and thank you for sharing the picture.
Yes Dennis, no computers to fix in these old girls.
Oh Marg, what an amazing car. I just love old cars.
This is our oldest. We also have a 63 Falcon Convertible and a 65 Mustang convertible.
What a beauty!
A nice slow trip in the old beauty. Hope the air conditioning worked well (aka open windows). And hope the dust wasn't too much.
Marg, it was the cold/dry season, wasn't it?
Air conditioning consisted of opening the windscreen a few inches. Didn't encounter very much dust at all. It was supposed to be "winter". If that's winter I am very pleased we were not there in summer!!!!!!!
What a treasure this car must be, glad to hear you had a good time, You certainly covered some kilometres, and saw some very interesting things i would imagine. Sandra.
A great trip. Saw lots on interesting places.