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  1. Me and my friends found a old car possibly a Ford Model T in the woods by my house, and we were just wondering how to identify it for sure? The problem is we just found the bare frame of the car and various parts, all of them are rusted and scattered. We want to know if anything is notable and or worth something? Any help, even the smallest bit would be appreciated. Thank you!
  2. Hi Fellow T'ers! I'm pleased to announce that my first Model T training video has just passed 400,000 views, I blinked and I missed it! Thankyou everyone for your ongoing support! If you like, please subscribe to my channel... http://www.youtube.com/subscriptioncenter?adduser=PremiereDirector Until next time, Mitch.
  3. Hi there fellow Model T'ers, Firstly, a big big Thank You to everyone who has supported me, and also for your ongoing support. I thought I'd share this picture... http://www.fordmodelt.net has been accumulating a large number of visitors over the 3 years it's been online so far (See picture at the bottom of this post) If you haven't already done so, I'd like to welcome any new members to the Enthusiasts Group on Facebook, please consider joining, it's a great way to keep in touch with fellow enthusiasts - All are welcome... https://www.facebook.com/groups/modeltford/ Also, don't forget to subscribe to my YouTube channel, that way you'll be notified when new videos are available... https://www.youtube.com/user/PremiereDirector
  4. Hi it's Mitch here, I'd like to ask a small favour of everyone who reads this please... Would you please spare a couple minutes of your time to subscribe to my Model T Ford enthusiasts channel... https://www.youtube.com/user/PremiereDirector (Click the subscribe link when you get there) The goal is 100,000 subscribers. Please help to keep Model T Ford enthusiasm alive by subscribing The more subscribers I can get, the more videos I will be producing Many thanks in advance! Mitch Taylor (Fellow Model T Enthusiast)
  5. How to Replace the Transmission Band Linings on a Ford Model T ... My much-anticipated video is finally ready! Please let me know what you think - remember this is a general guide, I recommend you obtain a copy of the Model T Ford Service book. Also, I welcome you to join the Facebook group for Model T enthusiasts... https://www.facebook.com/groups/modeltford/ ...And as always, here's my website if you haven't already visited... http://www.fordmodelt.net/ Stay tuned - Mitch.
  6. Hi Everyone, Just updated the Model T enthusiasts site... http://www.fordmodelt.net I figured a friendly introduction video would be nice, many of you have asked what I look like. Stay tuned - Mitch.
  7. I thought it was off a Studebaker but not.... Anybody know who and when? Thanks Ryan
  8. Hi Again Fellow T'ers For the benefit of AACA's newest members, here's the links to the resources I get asked for constantly... Ford Model T Enthusiasts website... http://www.fordmodelt.net/ I put together this site to bring together all that's great about the Ford Model T, built between 1908 and 1927. If you own a Ford Model T, want to own one, know someone who does, or just love old cars in general, then this is the site for you! It's loaded with FREE educational content -- photos, videos, downloadable Model T manuals and spec sheets, links to parts suppliers, vehicle importation services, plus heaps more. If you're on Facebook, we'd love to see you on the Enthusiasts Group... https://www.facebook.com/groups/modeltford/ Post pictures of your own Model T, ask questions to our group members - become part of a growing Model T community. See you there! Also, if you use Google Plus, please update your bookmarks for the Model T Enthusiasts page... https://plus.google.com/+FordmodeltNet1987 Watch all the videos here... http://www.youtube.com/user/PremiereDirector Stay tuned for more Model T updates! - Mitch.
  9. Hey Fellow T'ers, If you haven't seen it yet, I'd like to share my Ford Model T Enthusiasts website... http://www.fordmodelt.net/ I put together this site to bring together all that's great about the Ford Model T, built between 1908 and 1927. If you own a Ford Model T, want to own one, know someone who does, or just love old cars in general, then this is the site for you! It's loaded with FREE educational content -- photos, videos, downloadable Model T manuals and spec sheets, links to parts suppliers, vehicle importation services, plus heaps more. If you're on Facebook, we'd love to see you on the Enthusiasts Group... https://www.facebook.com/groups/modeltford/ Post pictures of your own Model T, ask questions to our group members - become part of a growing Model T community. See you there! Also, if you use Google Plus, please update your bookmarks for the Model T Enthusiasts page... https://plus.google.com/+FordmodeltNet1987 Watch all the videos here... http://www.youtube.com/user/PremiereDirector Stay tuned for more Model T updates! - Mitch.
  10. Hey there fellow T'ers! It's been some time since I posted. I thought I'd share some of the free Model T resources I have been working on over the last few years. If you haven't yet seen them, add them to your bookmarks! For the Model T Enthusiasts out there... Website: http://www.fordmodelt.net/ Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/modeltford/ YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/PremiereDirector I look forward to accepting you on Facebook! Until next time, Mitch. My 1925 Ford Model T at Andrews Reserve, near Taree, NSW Australia
  11. Hi there fellow Model T Enthusiasts, I trust you all had a wonderful Christmas and Happy New Year. I thought I'd share the website, for the benefit of those who haven't seen it yet... An absolute must-visit, for Model T Enthusiasts... http://www.fordmodelt.net Don't forget to join the Enthusiasts group on Facebook if you haven't already https://www.facebook.com/groups/modeltford/ Look forward to seeing you there! - Mitch.
  12. 1923 TBucket..New Speedway chassis,body and bed.1980 5.0 engine,auto trans,4 wheeldisc brakes 5x4 1/2 bolt pattern with all brake lines,master cylinder and pedalassembly installed.Ladder bars front/rear,real coil over shocks,Vega steeringbox with Borgeson u joint,aluminum collared column with Grant wheel,new wiringharness kit,dimmer switch,headlite switch,ignition switch,Autometergauges,radiator,upholstery,wood floor inserts,New 15” Centerline aluminumwheels with new tires.$6800 Also have 1965 Fairlane500 2dr HT.289/C4,factory AC,factory PS,rust free and very straight,Blk/Yellolicense plates,no broken glass,decent interior.Not running yet..$3500
  13. Hi there Fellow T'ers! I'm so pleased to say that the Ford Model T Enthusiasts website has passed 10,000 Visitors. http://www.fordmodelt.net/ Also, don't forget to join the Enthusiasts Group on Facebook, we'd love to see you on there https://www.facebook.com/groups/modeltford/ If you're new to Model T's, you may also be interested in the training videos... https://www.youtube.com/user/PremiereDirector Until next time, happy T'ing Mitch
  14. WANTED: 1915-22 Ford Model T Roadster body, prefer restorable condition but will consider all, from rough to excellent. Please send email blacknewport65@hotmail.com or call 256-975-5546
  15. G'day Fellow T'ers! Just thought I should let everyone know about the progress on the Ford Model T Enthusiasts website... http://www.fordmodelt.net/ The site is constantly growing, and because of the site is becoming so large, all of the Articles and Educational Resources have been indexed in the brand new Model T Library. Everything is in one easy location, just click "Model T Library" at the top-left of any page on the site. I'm be open to any feedback on the new design, if anyone has any suggestions for further improvement. Also, don't forget to join over 250 other Model T enthusiasts on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/groups/modeltford/
  16. Hi Members! For the benefit of our newest members, I'm Mitch, I'm from Taree, on the Mid North Coast of New South Wales, Australia. You might like to check out the Enthusiasts Website, full of free educational content - for all that's great about the Ford Model T, built between 1908 and 1927. Find photos, videos, FREE downloadable Model T manuals and spec sheets, links to parts suppliers, vehicle importation services, plus heaps more... http://www.FordModelT.net Subscribe to my YouTube Channel, for helpful how-to videos... http://www.youtube.com/user/PremiereDirector Don't forget to join the Enthusiasts Group on Facebook... https://www.facebook.com/groups/modeltford/ Stay tuned! My Model T next to a 1908 Fiat
  17. Hi Members So today I took my 1925 Ford Model T along to Midcoast Ford Motorfest in Tuncurry, NSW (Australia). Just over 100 cars attended the event, as well as some motorbikes and trucks. I was fortunate to be parked next to a beautiful 1908 Fiat 12HP, complete with brass lamps and radiator cowl - needless to say, quite a crowd congregated around our cars! Here's my video of the event... If you haven't yet seen the Ford Model T Enthusiasts site... http://www.fordmodelt.net/ Are you on Facebook? Join my group, it's a great way to talk to fellow T'ers https://www.facebook.com/groups/modeltford/
  18. Hi members! I've been busy updating the Model T Enthusiasts website, more valuable learning resources, particularly the new page about Model T uses - read about the multitude of innovative purposes the Model T was adapted to, some weird and wonderful, others just plain commonsense! http://www.fordmodelt.net <- Click the link! Follow the new link at the top "Model T Uses" Stay tuned! :cool:
  19. Hi members! I've been busy updating the Model T Enthusiasts website, more valuable learning resources, particularly the new page about Model T uses - read about the multitude of innovative purposes the Model T was adapted to, some weird and wonderful, others just plain commonsense! http://www.fordmodelt.net <- Click the link! Follow the new link at the top "Model T Uses" Stay tuned!
  20. Hi members! I've been busy updating the Model T Enthusiasts website, more valuable learning resources, particularly the new page about Model T uses - read about the multitude of innovative purposes the Model T was adapted to, some weird and wonderful, others just plain commonsense! http://www.fordmodelt.net/ <- Click the link! Follow the new link at the top "Model T Uses" Stay tuned! :cool:
  21. G'day Members! Thought I'd share what I got up to on the weekend... Check out the video <- Click the link!
  22. G'day Members! The Enthusiasts Photo Gallery has been completely rebuilt. The old one was getting rather slow with the volume of photos, so now I've implemented a much faster gallery. Feel free to create an account and upload pictures of your own Model T! The gallery is moderated so as to keep the photos appropriate. Head over to the site and click "Photo Gallery" at the top of the page... http://www.fordmodelt.net/ Also, if you haven't already, join the Model T Enthusiast's Group on Facebook, it's a great way to stay connected! https://www.facebook.com/groups/modeltford/ Until next time
  23. Hi members! For the benefit of our newest members, (and also long standing ones!), Just thought I'd pass on these resources I've put together... http://www.fordmodelt.net/ Dedicated Model T site with mountains of free information, videos, pictures, links and more... https://www.facebook.com/groups/modeltford/ If you're on Facebook, this is a great place to keep in touch with fellow Model T owners and enthusiasts... See you there! http://www.youtube.com/user/PremiereDirector My YouTube channel where all my Model T training videos can be found! Hope you all find something useful from these links! Until next time My 1925 Ford Model T touring car...
  24. G'day Members! The Enthusiasts Photo Gallery has been completely rebuilt. The old one was getting rather slow with the volume of photos, so now I've implemented a much faster gallery. Feel free to create an account and upload pictures of your own Model T! The gallery is moderated so as to keep the photos appropriate. Head over to the site and click "Photo Gallery" at the top of the page... http://www.fordmodelt.net/ Also, if you haven't already, join the Model T Enthusiast's Group on Facebook, it's a great way to stay connected! https://www.facebook.com/groups/modeltford/ Until next time
  25. G'day Members! So it seems more and more people are using Facebook as a medium for staying in touch with those close to them and for keeping updated with their favorite topics... Why don't we do the same with Model T Enthusiasts... Here's the dedicated group I set up for everyone to enjoy... https://www.facebook.com/groups/modeltford/ Of course you'll need a Facebook account to join, but it's worth it! See you there!