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1922/23 SLIM

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Author: Greg Taplin Friday, 01 September 2017

1922/23 SLIMEngine 1888 cc, 16 valve four cylinder. Four wheel brakes, De dion rear suspension. The wheels have been cut down from original. Chassis stored "as new" for 50+ years.
   
   

My V aero GN thingie...

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Author: Brendan Dillon Tuesday, 29 August 2017

My V aero GN thingie...My little GN speciale..... 6.2 litre, 90 deg V2 Quad cam, Wright Cyclone cylinders, Merlin  fork and blade Conrod..... 2 x 2 in SU's.... 4 speed chain box.... Oh what fun it is to ride.... Cheers Brendan.
   
   

SINGER

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Author: CLAUDIO Sunday, 20 August 2017

SINGERMY SINGER 9 SPORT   1936
   

1928 Mcdowell

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Author: GREGG Thursday, 17 August 2017

1928 McdowellThis is my 1928 Mcdowell overhead cam race car. It's the real deal from the 20's and raced into the 40's. Restored by Doug Assay in the 90's. Ran 3 Great Races and many other events.
      
   

1927 Ford Model T Fordor

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Author: Gregg Sunday, 30 July 2017

1927 Ford Model T FordorAlong with the improvements made to all 1926-1927 Model Ts, this car has several unusual late production features such as wire wheels, front and rear bumpers, arched front axle and EE crank shaft.  This car is unrestored with incredible interior. With the exception of normal wear and tear parts, this car is the way it left the Ford assembly plant in St. Paul, MN on April 21, 1927.  In 2016, It received modern stainless steel valves, along with new piston rings placed on the original standard-size pistons.  In 2017, all the bronze bushings in the front axle and tie rod assemblies were replaced.  For safety, it now has safety glass in the windshield, along with two Model A tail/brake lights.  No alterations were made to this car installing the tail/brake lights.  If desired, I have the original tail/brake lights.  All body wood is sound with absolutely no signs of rot. 
      
   

Burdick’s Chocolate & Walpole Creamery Model T Tour

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Author: Warren Henderson Tuesday, 15 August 2017

Burdick’s Chocolate & Walpole Creamery Model T Tour

Sunday August 13, 2017 was a very busy day, I ran a tour for the Central New Hampshire Model T Club, “the Granite T’ers” to Walpole, New Hampshire. It was over 120 miles round trip. We ended up with 13 cars (9 Model Ts, 3 Model As and 1 modern), a great turnout for our club.

 

At the last directors meeting we talked about inviting other local Model T & A club members to join our tours and I am very happy to say that we enjoyed 3 Model A cars and their six members on this tour.

 

I called it the Burdick’s Chocolate & Walpole Creamery Tour, but I should have named it the “Iron Butt”, “See if you can Catch Me Tour”! I did a lot of waiting for everyone to catch up with me, which is normal when lending a large group of vehicles over back, very hilly and dirt roads in a Model T (all newer cars were asked to follow in the back). Thank you, to Karen & Dave Dufault for running in the tail gunners place, with your 4-way flashers on, providing some much-needed safety. I also had the advantage of running these routes several times over the last 2 weeks, so knew when the steep uphill grades were coming and could get up some much-needed speed, before starting up them. Please note:  I did tell the group before we got started that “what goes up, must come down”. So, it also could have been called the “Be sure to check your brakes and adjust your bands, before starting on this tour”.

 

It was a very successful day; the weather was perfect and we all had a wonderful time.

The tour started at Page's Corner Store in Dunbarton, New Hampshire and went to Walpole via all back roads (as stated many were dirt and all were very hilly) and back to Page's. Paul LeBlanc said, “I think it holds the record for most miles traveled over dirt roads”. Another member (who shall remain anonymous) when he heard Paul’s statement said, “it’s the first time we ever drove on a AMC club hiking trail, while on tour”. To be honest it was a little narrow, but we did meet another vehicle coming from the opposite direction. So, I maintain that constitutes a road, even if you can’t find it on your map!

 

 

Thank you, to all those who helped by participating to make this tour a great success. One of the most enjoyable parts of my day was at the Walpole Creamery, when club members Peter Hubrich and his wife came down from Wilder, VT to visit with me and see Seabiscuit my 1926 Model T coupe, that I had purchased from him in July 2014.

 

Happy motoring,

 

Warren

 

      
   

1931-32 De Vaux u.s.a

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Author: colin Tuesday, 08 August 2017

1931-32 De Vaux u.s.a
   

1930's DE Vaux car u.s make

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Author: colin Tuesday, 08 August 2017

1930s DE Vaux car u.s make
   

VSCC Prescott 2017.

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Author: William Hearne Tuesday, 08 August 2017

VSCC Prescott 2017.This Alfa Romeo 6c 1750 was an interesting machine. I understand the it was built for Geo Eyston as a Brookland's Track Car and also broke several records in it's day.
  
   

1936 Morris 8 special Reg EP6475

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Author: Steven Lunn Saturday, 05 August 2017

1936 Morris 8 special Reg EP6475
 
   

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