On Saturday, April 8th, I had the honour of my 1925 Ford Model T being a part of Jamie and Alistair’s vintage-themed Wedding Day. It was an honour to drive Jamie to her ceremony, and the both newlyweds to their photo locations and to their reception afterwards. The weather on the day was nothing short of perfect, having poured with rain almost every day of the week leading up to the wedding. Congratulations Jamie and Alistair…
So yesterday my amazing an ever supportive wife Shae enjoyed the sunny weather, over priced hot chips, market stalls and of course the show n shine at Old Bar Beach Festival I’d say there were at least 100 cars there, not including the large turnout of Kombi vans. As always we took my 1925 Ford Model T to show…
Yesterday, Shae and I took my Model T along to the inaugural Valley Industries Autofest. Although earlier in the day we saw a fair bit of rain, it calmed down and the sun came out, the day was a great success with at least 100 cars in attendance.
My ever-supportive and amazing wife Shae and myself took my 1925 Ford Model T along to the inaugural Club West Show n Shine today, raising funds for the Kundle/Moto Rural Fire Service, weather was rather windy, but at least it didn’t rain!!
There were approximately thirty-five cars all told, and about 10 motorbikes. Only one or two others besides myself were at the show from our club, as it was the inaugural show, and also since it clashed with at least two other shows on the same day, including the Mount George Public School birthday celebrations, and I understand there was also a show on at Killabakh.
The RFS put on a sausage sizzle for lunch, and the local kids were invited to play with the fire hoses on the fire truck which was on display – much to their enjoyment!
The Rural Fire Service NSW plans to make this show an annual event, with sponsors already lined up for next year’s event, and hopefully a larger selection of categories.
On the way home in the Model T, Shae held my phone with a Speedometer app running, and I achieved a new record top speed! 64km/h … yes alright it was down hill… with a tail wind!