Monday, October 12, 2015

The Model A Ford's...

While we were in Connecticut a few weeks ago, 
we stumbled upon The Model A Ford Club.

Not a show, a meeting of the members, and their cars from
The Model A Ford Club of Long Island














This one was my favorite...



The cars were parked in a hotel parking lot,
the owners were inside at a gathering.
Not a sole in sight, this was an outstanding group of cars, 
all in pristine condition.
The Model A Ford was the second huge success for 
The Ford Motor Company, the first was The Model T. 
Produced on October 20, 1927 and not sold until December 2nd, 
it was the replacement vehicle model for the Model T,
and was only available in four colors!

What a find, it pays to talk to people and follow cars.
That's how we found them. 

September 22, 2015

20 comments:

  1. These classics are immaculate. Henry would be proud this collection.

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  2. Beautiful! I love old cars like these.

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  3. Fabulous photos Debbie! Very regal looking aren't they?

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  4. Good morning, Debbie! What an awesome collection and a great find! Your photos are wonderful! Happy Monday, enjoy your new week!

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  5. These cars are magnificent! So bright and shiny, and I'm sure well maintained!

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  6. How interesting, and pretty! My mom used to talk about riding in the "rumble" seat; not sure if that was model A or T. :)

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  7. Wow! That was a fun find!! I love the green ones and the last one like you!! God bless

    Kelly

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  8. They are all in such great condition - lovingly looked after I'm sure.

    All the best Jan

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  9. They are all in such great condition - lovingly looked after I'm sure.

    All the best Jan

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  10. my fave is the milk truck. :) my father drove a milk truck back in the day - a little more modern than the model shown here, but he drove a route and toted milk cans from the dairy farms to the cheese factory every day. :)

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  11. Fantastic cars! My uncle has a small collection of Model T's.

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  12. FANTASTIC to see all theseold cars. Now if I had the one with all the fruiteetc in the back, I could take my birdd group around!!!!

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  13. Very cool, your favorite is mine too, I don't know what it is about the old pick up trucks that I just love, especially if there is any wood on them :) There was a group driving through the Grand Tetons with them, they told us they were a club that goes around and drive to different areas together. Neat that you were able to come across them and get these great pics!

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  14. It's hard to believe there are so many of these old cars left. They do get good care!

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  15. These cars are fantastic. How fun to find them. I loved learning a little of the history. I may look up more on these antiques cars. I have a good friend that goes to old car shows all the time. We like to when we can.
    Blessings and hugs~

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  16. That was a great find. Don't they look so shiny & pretty. - How did I know your favorite would have purple tones.

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  17. Wow! What shine! I love the way these are all lined up together! My husband and I love old vehicles. We're headed to a car show this weekend in our 40 Ford pickup.

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