Ford 1924 Model T Speedster. Built by my buddy Tom Magee and his Grandfather many years ago, I had the pleasure of many rides and competed in an Endurance Run in the early 1980's in San Jose, CA. Tom still tinkers at his shop and got #42 running again after 25 years of collecting dust.
2011 SCVMTFC Endurance Run
42nd Annual Model T Speedster Endurance Run hosted by the Santa Clara
Valley Model T Ford Club, www.scvmtfc.org .
2010 SCVMTFC Model T Speedster Endurance Run
2010 Santa Clara Valley Model T Ford Club Endurance Run and Lowland Tour
The 41st annual Endurance Run and Lowland Tour
The event takes place annually on the second Sunday in June.
Model T Burning Tires
Wimpy displays the power of the worlds first line of automobiles by burning
off the tires at the April 2010 steam up at Jim Briden's shop in Fargo ND.
Speedsters Street Rod Reunion 2011 Road Tour - Teaser
Catch a sneak peek of Speedway Motors' (http://www.speedwaymotors.com)
footage of the street rods and classic racers at the Speedsters Reunion.
Rain in the morning and sun in the afternoon -- these are typical weather
conditions for Nebraska. It wouldn't stop the Speedsters as they merrily
went on a 135-mile road tour throughout southeastern Nebraska. This is just
a short teaser so stay tuned for the full version.
1913 Model T Ford Speedster
In this video we talk to Bernard about his beautiful 1913 Model T Ford.
It's street legal and if you are in southern California keep your eyes
open, you might catch a glimps of this early "Ford Cobra".
1913 Ford Model T Speedster
2012 Speed & Custom Car Show in London, Ontario Mar 24, 2012
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Roof 101 Cyclone OHV Model A Ford Engine Conversion - Clip #2
This is the 2010 4 Port OHV conversion for the Model A and B Ford. It's
modeled after the 1929 R&R Cyclone originally created by Robert Roof of
Anderson, Indiana, USA. Charlie Yapp, owner of Scalded Dog Speed Parts
contacted Jim Roof, Robert's grandson, and Jim became the new "Chief
Designer" and Charlie the producer. The end result is nothing short of a
wildly successful mechanical achievement . The power and inefficiency are
huge and surprising. The parts are mostly off the shelf at your local
dealer. If you get a chance to see one take a close look at the technology,
it's different and edgy but still look and sound like a period racing
On Our website. . .www.secretsofspeed.com. . .you will be able to find the
Dyno chart links and
much more. . .like contact info. Yapp also manufactures the famous Riley
Two Port OHV and the Lion Speed Head.