to YouTube user
for his detailed how-to videos which is how I learned to drive my
Some comments on my
Hey Bud, I absolutely love your channel, you are a great
Model T owner! So I subscribed!! I've been watching your videos for a while now,
and I don't know why it took me so long to subscribe. I am only 19 and I
personally own a 1919 Model T Ford Roadster, I would be honored if you would
check her out on our channel if you wish, and tell me what your professional
opinion is. : ). Well hear I am, thanks, Jonathan
Thank heavens! I just got my first T and I've been trying
to diagnose some of my issues by watching your videos and this definitely helps!
Thank you, Mitch!
this australian dude is so knolageble on the tin lizzie you would think he had
built it grate guy grate car frankie 36 south georgia
Hey Mitch, I can't thank you enough for these videos! My dad's '15 (he
completely restored when I was a boy) is now in my garage and I've been learning
things the hard way... one of which is that I likely toasted the brakes. I was
watching this video and you pulled the hogs head to change bands. Here are a
Was it necessary to pull the hogs head or could you have done it without pulling
it? Or better asked, is it that much easier to change them by pulling the hogs
head? I barely remember the work my dad did so I'm like ok Ing for the best
advice I can get.
Can the brake band be adjusted prior to replacing them or do I just have to
Are all three bands the same including the liners (are they interchangeable)?
Again, thanks for the videos!
Hello! I am a big fan of your instructional videos and I am a proud owner of a
1924 Ford model T touring, and I was wondering if you would consider creating a
video on how to close and open the convertible roof on a model T. Thanks,