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Dear Mitch, I wanted to thank you so much for your videos! I just got a 1919 Ford Model T Touring car in July and had no idea of how to start or drive it. I live in the US, in Colorado, and the car came from Florida, and unfortunately the previous owner was not able to give me any information on the vehicle. Your videos were so helpful, I can't thank you enough! I just joined a Model T club here in Colorado and a member just bought a 1917 and did not know how to drive it, so I sent him to your website! I have someone that is going to help me tune mine up for the high altitude in Colorado, then I am hoping I can get it out to drive and practice what I have learned from your videos! Sincerely,
Jola

Admin reply: I'm pleased to hear my website is useful :) :!rock:


Added: October 31, 2016
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You have a wonderful site. I am quite sure that a lot of Model T enthusiasts will definitely benefit from it. Keep up the great work.

Added: September 24, 2016
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Hello Mitch. Good Job! I discovered your YouTube videos a couple of months ago and really enjoy them.
I was born and raised in Detroit Michigan and love reading about automotive history. I have a 1930 Ford Model A Pick-up Truck.

This is my first time to your website. Thank you for taking the time to share your interests with the rest of the planet.

All the best to Australia. Chuck


Added: September 20, 2016
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Hi Mitch,
Very useful & interesting website. Watching your videos gave me the confidence to research Mode T's further as a useable classic (I always thought they were far too old to be of any practical use). Well, to cut a long story short, I am collecting my 1918 Model T tourer from England this coming Wednesday. Thanks once again for the inspirational website. Very well done.
All the best, Mark Richardson.


Added: July 17, 2016
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Will you be adding a Classifieds?

Added: June 25, 2016
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Good day Mitch. I have downloaded just about all of your utube videos. They have been a very much appreciated bunch of videos.
I bought my 26 T about 2 years ago and as yet not got it on the road. Nothing wrong with the car, it's me. Have to learn how to drive it. The last owner said it was in a Saskatchewan museum for about 35 years. It sure looks like it, as everything in and on it looks to be original. Going to be fixing a few small problems. Numbers on the engine and frame match.
Again, thanks for your site and the time spent on the videos.
PaulB :!beer:


Added: June 16, 2016
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Waiting for my E-timer 😎

Added: June 6, 2016
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Thanks Mitch, I was looking at a model a, but think a t, would be more fun. Thanks for a wealth of information! :D

Added: May 9, 2016
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My cousin Todd inherited a very nice fully restored 1927(?) Model-T Boat=tail speedster(a true racer with a Rajo race engine) last year, we have no paperwork on this vehicle and everyone that we might have gleaned some information on this vehicle from is deceased. As we have not yet been able to locate a title or any other paperwork that may have accompanied this car when my uncle had purchased it, some 10+ years ago, I'm hoping to discover a registry of some sort,or any information if anyone might recognize this vehicle, as I'm pretty sure this vehicle would have been entered in and have placed in some shows in the past. I'm new to this site, I'll try to put some pics up soon. I realize this website is coming out of Australia, and we are in the states, just sending out feelers in all directions. Like the site, thanx.

Added: April 10, 2016
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Love the way a model t looks and will be building one soon. Collected many parts already but now want to know the mods which can be done to use the car daily. I am planning on a modern four cylinder engine but want info on the recommended engines/installation procedures plus any other info available. Thanks

Added: November 18, 2015
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