The car collection was incredible and we could have spent a day here. Unfortunately we only had a couple hours.
A group of cars in the upstairs garage near the house included (l – r) A 1953 Buick Roadmaster convertible, 1948 DeSoto convertible, 1950 Oldsmobile 88 convertible, and a ’32 Ford street rod coupe. Downstairs a 1953 Stedebaker coupe was resplendent in a bright yellow. The chrome and trim was stunning on this car. Continue reading “The 2021 MTFCI Tour Day 2 Part 2”
The first actual tour day of the 2021 MTFCI National Meeting was an unparalleled success by any standard. Great weather. stunning roads, well planned things to do and see. Trouble trailers had a busy day with several drivers running out of gas while a group of others had to ride home on the trailers of shame. Ours ran great and what a day. Thank you MTFCI!
Our day started with a check of fluids, topping off the gas tank, grabbing a few bottles of water and out we went. Several little towns were encountered. Big hills were made easier by our Ruckstell. Continue reading “The 2021 MTFCI Tour Day 2 Part 1”
After nearly 17 months since our last Texas T Party tour we were ready for a big one. The MTFCI Tour in New Philadelphia, Ohio did not disappoint on the first day.
Typically an MTFCI tour includes at least one show where a Stynoski trophy may or may not be awarded to a restored Model T. In some cases there are no entrants for the award. In other cases there may be one or more entrants but none score well enough to deserve the award. This year there were two candidates who each had amazing cars restored to a very high level. They were judged and the winner (or not) will be announced Thursday. Continue reading “The 2021 MTFCI Tour Day One Part 1”