• Greg


Today we went to the Rhinelander Car Show. It’s always on the second Saturday of June. Our 1914 Touring was one of 5 Ts at the show, and it was the only brass model. We met some amazing car show guests. One young girl I let behind the wheel had a grin almost all the way around her head. T started pretty well, several times on the first crank. The local Lions Club sponsored a plaque, in George’s name, and I was honored to be part of the presentation to the winner. The category: 1900-1941 People’s Choice. Uncle Jim showed up, and visited for most of the day. The ignition gave us a small bit of trouble with one switch mount screw coming loose inside the switch box. When I switched over to magneto, it got very shocking. Replacing the screw resolved the issue.  

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