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I wish I had known about that article back when it was first published. Our late friend Doy Maston, a true expert on Model T's, would have LOVED it. He passed away last year. This was his 1923 T parked outside the church for his memorial rervice.

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<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: adam_knox</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Susan, sorry to hear about your friend. Glad the article at least made you smile and think of him. </div></div>

Thanks Adam. Doy was a great guy. If he had a part and someone in the club needed it they very well might find it on their doorstep. He loved to pull pranks on his car club friends. A ton of knowledge about T's, and pretty much all Fords since he had been the service manager for the largest Ford dealership here, when he died. He learned to drive using a Model T.

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