Model T Ford Club of Victoria Cen'T'enary Tour 2008.
Held at Echuca-Moama in September and October 2008, the Cen'T'enary Tour commemorated the 100th anniversary of the Model T Ford. 270 Entrants spent the week touring local towns and attractions providing a great spectacle to the locals and providing a fitting tribute to Henry Ford and his iconic Model T 100 years on.
The Model T Ford Register of Great Britain visit the Anson Engine Museum
To celebrate 100 years of Ford manufacturing in Britain the 'Model T Ford
register of Great Britain' (http://www.modeltregister.co.uk/index.html)
organised a tour called 'Buxton and Beyond' this comprised a drive over
fine Peak District hills for coffee at the Trafford Park Heritage centre,
visiting the site of the 1911 Ford factory, birthplace of all our English
Model Ts. We will then move on to the Anson Engine Museum in Poynton for
lunch and then over the famous Cat and Fiddle Pass back to Buxton. this is
a video of the cars arriving and departing the Anson Engine Museum
How to start up and drive a 1925 Ford Model T
While still in the Ely neighborhood of Fairlee, Vermont, we get a quick
lesson on how to start up and drive a 1925 Ford Model T. I am not sure how
comprehensive a lesson it is, but I think with a bit of practice, I could
drive this car. Once the car is started, we take a drive down Old Federal
Route 5, which has been truncated, since the new Route 5 was built in the
1930's. The road is also unpaved, which I am sure is the way its been for
years. Imagine being on this road 80 years ago and seeing this car coming
along down the road; this would have been a pretty common sight. At the
end of the road, we turn around in a neighbors driveway, where we see a
couple of newer, yet vintage, cars. I am not sure what the white car is,
but the Chevrolet pick-up looks like it's from the 1960's. Enjoy the view
from the car, as well as the lesson on starting and driving it. If you
have any questions about the video, feel free to message me. Comments are
welcome. The video was taken on August 25th, 2013.
1914 Ford Model T
This cool car has been in the family for some 50 years, The story is my
Grandpa pulled it out of a chicken coop where it sat for some time in the
50's. He went through it and restored it. ( the horn is Not original )
Starting a 1930 McCormick Deering 10-20 tractor
1930 McCormick Deering tractor. Bud starts his 1930 McCormick Deering
If you like this video watch Bud start and drive a 22-36 McCormick Deering
tractor at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6dW5U-YGOO8
1928 Ford Model A Race Car
My friend's project race rat rod. It's a Ford Model A with an original
engine, rebuilt by Dave. She still has a ways to go, but this nearly 85
year old car still goes down the road under its own power!
So, this car would typically get around 30 miles per gallon. What the hell
has Ford been doing for the last 80 years?
Bud's 1924 Model T powered Wood Saw
Bud cuts wood with his Model T Ford powered Wood Saw. In 1951 he built a
Wood Saw using an engine that he had rebuilt in 1935.
Music: Forgotten Times by JewelBeat
1915 Ford Model T First Start
This is a 1915 Ford Model T that has been in storage for over 15 years. We
decided to see if we could make the engine run before starting restoration
of the car next year.
This is a Canadian built right hand drive 1915 Ford T originally shipped to
Nova Scotia. We drive on the left side of the road up to 1923 when we
switched over to the more common drive on the right side of the road.
Drivin' Ivan Drives a 1924 Ford Model T
Drivin' Ivan Drives a 1924 Ford Model T. See all of Ivan's videos and read
all of his reviews and articles here:
1929 Ford Model 'A' pickup
Henry Ford would be so proud. 1929 Model 'A' Pickup roars back to life with
some help from www.mphspecialties.com
oil change (shocking) after sitting for 50 years Ford Model A
I bought a 1930 (not 31 like I said in the video) Model A 5 window coupe
all original except for a dropped axle, a Mallory dual point distributor,
some dual electrode spark plugs, four blade radiator fan, 15" steel
reversed center wheels with slicks and a lawnmower fuel tank bolted to the
dash (reasons to believe it was a hot rod). It wouldn't turn over when I
got it so I took the plugs out and poured some Mistory oil in the holes and
let it sit for a few weeks, I turned it back n forth till I was able to
give it a few full turns, checked the oil level, put some gas in it, hooked
up a battery and it turned over fine with the starter but no fire, pulled
out the distributor to find a homemade shaft extention that wasn't long
enough so I rebuilt the distributor, made a new shaft, rebuilt the carb,
and now it fired up! I called Adrian to come over and check it out, he
said, "It sounds good but don't try driving it untill you change the oil".
Since the oil looked to be ok and at the correct level, I drove it up and
down the alley. I called him again to let him know how it went and the
first thing he asked was, "Did you change the oil?" So I got to work, took
the drain plug out and oil dribbled out no matter what i did it wouldn't
drain out so I took the oil pan off and found the oil caked at the bottom
of the pan, lesson learned.... Always pull the oil pan OFF to make sure you
don't run your newly acquired Old motor with a pan full of crud, I hope
this helps,,, more videos of this model A to come so stay tunned! thanks
thanks for the great advice Adrian.
To see it running check http://youtu.be/z5V0oXP8roE