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Greetings from Ann Arbor, MI, former home of your Model T.
I have always wanted to own a Model T and my chance finally came last week. I secured a 1915 Open Touring from a well known local collector. I would expect that in all of his years of ownership he almost certainly had occasion to have some contact with yours. I probably saw it myself at some point as I grew up right here. Thank you for your great videos, I haven't even started mine up yet, I want to go through everything first.
As a side note, my Grandfather was Preston Tucker, inventor of the Tucker car. There IS one in Australia!

Admin reply: Was the collector a man by the name of Guy by any chance?


Added: January 19, 2015
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this is a beautifully rich source of info and data about the Model T, but I couldn't find the top and front and rear views of the body parts. I found some views in the parts catalog, but I'm just lazy. I'm trying to make a 3d model with Blender 3D. If anybody hears of same drop me an email :)

Added: January 19, 2015
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Hi Mitch,

What a great site you have created here - Well done, so much interesting information it's a terrific intro to the Model T, a car which I have wondered about owning for a long time, who knows your website intro may be the push I need!

All the best and carry on the good work.

Paul


Added: December 28, 2014
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I own a 1927 Canadian built Touring. Purchased from the original owner in 1960, been in the family ever since. Great old car. Followed the link from the Model T Ford Club Forum. Great idea.

Added: October 24, 2014
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I am now the owner of a 1914 Model T Touring , running and restored, but there is more to do and much to learn !

Thanks for your website, I will spend some time here !


Added: October 23, 2014
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Very nice, Mitch. Please keep up the good work.

Added: October 23, 2014
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Good job!

Added: October 23, 2014
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New here, have a 24 roadster pickup. What a blast :D :

Added: October 19, 2014
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Hi I am looking for a photo or drawing of where the body to frame wooden blocks fit for a 1926 Ford Touring car.
Thanks for any help you can give me.
Barry

Admin reply: I recommend downloading the manuals from this website... it shows pictures of the bare chassis, that may help. :D


Added: October 2, 2014
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Mitch: Love your site! I am the proud owner of a 1926, Model T Ford Roadster (Runabout). It's a very nice looking driver, and that's what I do with it. Loving the Model T experience.

Admin reply: Thankyou for the comment and welcome to the Model T community :D


Added: September 26, 2014
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