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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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Hi, Mitch.
Very interesting, and well put together videos. Lots of useful information. I'm pretty mechanical, automotively speaking, but prior to watching your videos, didn't know a whole lot about Model T's. I feel pretty educated as of now, and could probably hop inside one and drive away. I look forward to watching more. Great job!!
Kevin

Admin reply: Kevin, thankyou for your positive comment. It's comments like these that make me want to do more.


Added: September 19, 2014
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Looking for Daryl Becker's shop in N.C.

Added: July 22, 2014
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Hello Mitch,
I came across your great website after reading the Wikipedia Model T page; someone had added your link. Yesterday, me and a friend took a Model T driving course at the Lemay Auto Museum in Tacoma, Washington. We had a blast! They had 7 on hand, most from 1923-27 but also a 1910 model as an example of a brass-era T. The museum has extensive grounds including woods and we got to drive the T's on pavement and trails. There can be few other cars with as much personality and character as the Model T; I came away from the class with a new and profound respect for this amazing machine that changed the world.
Cheers,
Ray

Admin reply: Thankyou for your positive comment, and yes, the Model T does tend to get under your skin doesn't it :) ... in a good way of course! :)


Added: June 29, 2014
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thought your sight was GREAT.

Admin reply: Thankyou for your comment :)


Added: June 25, 2014
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Comments:
Very nice site Mitch :!clap:

Added: December 27, 2013
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