Thursday, March 17, 2011

The Model T Fords come to town!


18 comments:

Halcyon said...

What a sight! Love those old cars. :)

Jack said...

Those are cool. West Hartford has an old car event in the summer some time.

I hope all goes well with the birth of the new grandchild.

Jack said...

That was supposed to be GREAT-grandchild. Sorry. Clicked too fast.

Randy said...

Wow that would be a fun ride!

Rose said...

I have never ridden in one, though sometimes I feel about as old as they are!

magiceye said...

would love to putter around in one of these

T. Becque said...

That's pretty neat, they really are something to look at when you see them driving around!

Small City Scenes said...

While I truly love these old flivers I like the other kind of horsepower better.
I'll give you the nice shots though. MB

cieldequimper said...

Good to know they are still around!

Ash said...

Wow, these are so cool!

brattcat said...

they sure don't make them like they used to.

brattcat said...

Regarding your question: The quotes from Bernie Sanders are spot on. A majority of Vermonters would love to see Yankee shut down. It's an old plant which has had many problems over the years. We voted last year to deny the license renewal and are pretty ripped by this reversal. Believe me we'll fight tooth and nail to close this plant down responsibly. That, my good friend, is how I feel about Vermont Yankee. Hope it wasn't more than you wanted.

Cezar and Léia said...

Vintage, I like it!
Léia

Sharon said...

Isn't it fun to see these classics driving down the road?

Virginia said...

I"m always amazed that they can still run! Well made I'd say.
V

Lois said...

I love it! My grandmother used to tell me stories about her adventures in the Model T Roadster her Papa bought for her when she turned 16.

EG Wow said...

AH! The good old days. :))

JM said...

Wobderful cars! Fortunatelly there are people taking good care of them.

Thank you so much for the nice comment, Jacob, I'm very glad you enjoy my photos.

"Photographers deal in things which are continually vanishing and when they have vanished there is no contrivance on earth which can make them come back again." — Henri Cartier-Bresson