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T and A pics

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If anyone is interested...

http://forum.miata.net/vb/showthread.php?t=295314

Some cool old pics here of model T fords and so forth, from a recent trip with the local Miata club.

The silver car on the far left in the first pic is my car, go on down and lots of cool pics of old Fords in this thread.

Oh, and BTW, if you look at the really hairy guy standing next to the blue and white 55 T-bird, with the little girl behind him...that's me with my daughter Christina in tow.

Enjoy

Chris

Edited by 66Stang

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I read "NOT that kind of T and A" and yet I clicked on the thread :banghead:

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Gotta love that early 20th Century T&A. They may not be quite as smooth as their younger counterparts, but if you can find one who's still in good shape, you're in for quite a ride.

Edited by Enzora

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So enjoy a few old, old cars...

Chris

I was just kidding :P

Re that yellow Model T... Weren't they all black, or by that year Ford had added other colours?

EDIT - :lol: @ enzora's post: that made me laugh!

Edited by ZL-1

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Very cool stuff.

Nice post, the Mazda Miata I just can't get into very much, esp. since GM's Kappas

have been out, but of course in either case you're dealing with a true driver's car,

RWD, manual trans & sporty chassis is almost always a great combo.

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Very cool stuff.

Nice post, the Mazda Miata I just can't get into very much, esp. since GM's Kappas

have been out, but of course in either case you're dealing with a true driver's car,

RWD, manual trans & sporty chassis is almost always a great combo.

Don't worry, there will be a Kappa in my future!

Chris

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Sounds good to me!

The Miata was soooo very successful because it

was basically a british car with ALL the fun but

98% more reliability & mechanical pracrticality.

I always thought Mazda should have offered a

wenkel (rotary) in the Miata, as an option for

those people so inclined.

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I love rotary cars as well. I like wierd cars, I guess.

Chris

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