Comments: Hi MITCH, Thanks so much for putting this website together, and for all the technical information and other neat items associated with Henry's T. You have an excellent way of explaining and describing the amazing technology involved in that incredible automobile. I just watched your video regarding the posibility of losing your braking ability. YIKES...I guess I'd better look into some Rocky Mountain brakes. Please keep that helpful information coming. Maybe something on regular maintenance, rear end etc. Thanks again, ERROL
Added: July 23, 2013
Submitted by Name: Noel Joseph From: California, USA E-mail: Contact
Comments: Enjoyed going through your site...very informative. Thanks. I own a 1923 Model T Fordor Sedan.
Added: July 4, 2013
Submitted by Name: Max From: italy
Comments: thank you, nice website! i love tin lizzie
Added: June 18, 2013
Submitted by Name: Ian Furey-King From: Bristol, England E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hi great site and thanks for the training videos on You Tube. I just bought my wife, Beryl, a 26 T Depot Hack and your video lessons have helped fill gaps from the info given by the chap we bought the car from. I also have just bought a 26 T Speedster from the US. Regards Ian
Added: June 12, 2013
Submitted by Name: Chris Jueschke From: Covington, GA USA E-mail: Contact
Comments: Thanks for the excellent videos. Very helpful in getting my grandfather Huston's 1925 coupe back on the road safely.
Added: June 8, 2013
Submitted by Name: T Brown From: Rowlett, Texas, USA E-mail: Contact
Comments: Congratulations on the aquisition of your Tin Lizzie. I really enjoyed your videos. I don't think I could figure out how all of those pedals and levers work together without having it demonstrated. Now I'd like to drive one myself.
Added: May 30, 2013
Submitted by Name: Ed From: Spokane Washington E-mail: Contact
Comments: Fantastic site. You've clearly put a lot of work and dedication into it. Disappointed that the transmission video does not work with iPad. I understand the planatary transmission in principle but still just can't quite get my head around how the reverse works. Hoping to find a good illustration. Ed
Added: May 12, 2013
Submitted by Name: Bob Sanders From: Auburn,Alabama USA E-mail: Contact
Comments: Wonderful site, very well thought out....Love It!