Grandpa's (pictured) first auto, a Ford Model T coupe with artillery wheels, produced just down the street in Highland Park Michigan. This scan is from a small old print. Another for the History Lovers Group.
Hey, thanks my friend. Thats my grandpa there. The car was manufactured just down the road, at the old Ford Highland Park Assembly Plant which is now a historic landmark. How about the artillery wheels eh? You wouldn't get stuck in the mud as much with those, which was a big problem back then.
I have got lots of old images of people with antique autos but don't want to put up too many as DA isn't purposed for that from what I have read.
artillery wheel's oh. was wondering what they are .I love the old day's wish I could go back in time . this world is to messed up now . i wish I had some photos of my dad's first car , at least the first on I remember 1955 ? Oldsmobiletwo tone black and white .he like his Olds , he passed away pretty young but I remember he had a 3 olds's , oh I think he had a 53 Ford for his first car peace ~ have a good new year Commander Z keep an eye on the sky , it might be me
Right on brother. I had a 72 Deuce and a quarter (Buick 225)with a 455ci, duals, headers, Holley 750cfm 4 barrel and champagne gold two tone paint. A land yacht for sure. Efficient at burning more gas. So archaic and destructive on many levels. But the HP of a V-8 is a lot of fun as long as you are oblivious to the long term consequences. I could go on and on but am sure you know what I'm getting at. Always have and always will keep a sharp eye on the sky. Naked apes in the human zoo. We could be someone out there's pet ant farm. Have always felt this.
are you one of those enviorment guy's ? then I should tell you my space ship uses Biodegradeale non poluting fuel from Zephenon . the vehical I drive on earth is a earth fuel sucking pickup truck . 380 horse power . sorry , but I love her Commander Z keep an eye on the sky my friend peace