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#6565449 - 11/30/16 09:22 AM 1917 Model T
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Registered: 12/08/08
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Loc: Texas
One of the guys who used to work with me bought this the other day. Pretty cool to see just thought I'd share.



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#6565456 - 11/30/16 09:25 AM Re: 1917 Model T [Re: Bucks and Ducks]
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That's awesome. My grandad had a Model A, I can't recall the year, but it was just as clean as that one. One day I will have one in memory of him
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#6565512 - 11/30/16 09:45 AM Re: 1917 Model T [Re: Bucks and Ducks]
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Registered: 12/14/12
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When I was much younger, in the early 60's, the across the street neighbor had one. Poor guy, every evening when he came home all the kids on the block, 10 or 12 of us, would assault him. He couldn't even get in the house before we were begging for rides. Most days he would humor us, and we would all pile in the car and cruise the blocks with the top down. There was this one rather steep hill that he would go up, making it just to the top then rolling back down in reverse saying "It just won't make it!". Looking back I think he was just playing along, because we kids would be whooping and hollering, trying to coax that car up the hill. Thank you, Mr. Broom, for some great memories.

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#6566356 - 11/30/16 06:37 PM Re: 1917 Model T [Re: Bucks and Ducks]
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Outstanding! It'd be fun for a Sunday afternoon drive!

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#6566361 - 11/30/16 06:38 PM Re: 1917 Model T [Re: Bucks and Ducks]
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Registered: 09/07/09
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Cool ride!

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#6566411 - 11/30/16 07:15 PM Re: 1917 Model T [Re: Bucks and Ducks]
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Neat old cars. Would be a blast to ride around in for a while.
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#6566732 - 11/30/16 10:55 PM Re: 1917 Model T [Re: Michael W.]
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Originally Posted By: Michael W.
Neat old cars. Would be a blast to ride around in for a while.
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