Model T Enthusiasts Guestbook





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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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HI Mitch, Thanks for all your hard work, if it wasnt for your videos and information I would be lost. You learn so much more from seeing it on video. I own a 1922 Ford Model T touring and we love the history and want to keep the memory alive. We go to car shows all dressed up in the 20s with 20s music and 20s items that go with the car. We have an extensive 20s camping collection including the model t camper trailer. Life is better with a Ford Model T! Please keep in touch and keep up the good work!

Added: July 17, 2015
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Great site Mitch!
I have Minnesota's crappiest Model T!
Hardly any of the parts knew each other before I shoved them together way back when......
We love that crappy little Ford.


Added: July 11, 2015
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I happened on your video's on YouTube and have really enjoyed them and the information you provide in them. I will watch for more as time goes along. I am interested in getting a Model T at some point, possibly soon. I took a Model T Driving School at the LeMay Family Collection Foundation in early May, and that got me very interested. Maybe someday I'll be tinkering and driving my own.

Added: May 19, 2015
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Dear fellow Sergeant at Arms. A really brilliant website. Well done. Yung Eeeean.

Added: May 12, 2015
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Mitch, great web site. I'm ashamed to admit that the long time I had this site book ared I rarely looked at it. Hook on FB. Now that I have poked around a bit I most certainly use this as my go to for information and enjoyment. My humble apologies Real cool stuff here
Thanks for all your efforts..............Andre

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Added: February 10, 2015
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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!

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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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