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1924 Model T Ford- Teaching me to drive the thing

my dad takes her for a spin at first.. then watch him yell at me while i am trying to drive the 1924 Model T Ford (3.30 minute mark).. it aint easy, folks... the pedals are NOT where you think they should be.... and forgive that i was chubby in this vid... it was temporary.


 


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