Thursday, October 04, 2012

— My Alphabe-Thursday — "T" —

"T" is for tires.   Seems that two guys, old or young, get together by a special car the "kick some tires like the fellows above."  This car has white tires that I didn't know even exist.  I doubt if it should be driven in Georgia where the dirt is red.  Who would want to be accused of driving a 'red neck' car with dirty red tires.
"T" is also for a Model T Ford.  This one is a runabout roadster.  Most of these 1923 to 1927 Fords have been torn apart and made into a "Model T bucket hot rods" (Pictures)
This one belongs to my friend John.  I don't know what year it is but you will see John and his wife driving it all over town.  Fast in this car is 30 mph which John calls going 35 mph.
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I posted the above for Alphabe-Thursday 'T' assignments with Miss Jenny at the head of the class. You can find her by clicking right here.

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Neither did I know that white tire exists. As usual we always learn new things via your blogs. Thank you so much for teaching us, Dr Jim :)
I would love to take a ride in this car. Way cool. I also didn't know there were white tires to be had. Interesting.

Have a terrific day. My best to Mrs. Jim. :)
Very classy! Though I can't imagine white tires staying white in any environment other than sand or a nice paved driveway! :-)
What narrow tires! What pretty car!
What a great old car! My neighbor has a Model T and an old T Bird that I would love to have...


Are those tires car tires or bike tires? Love the car. I haven't heard from you in awhile - is everything okay?
What a beauty of a car, Jim and I love the white tires. They look so elegant.
It's so amazing that cars built almost 100 years ago can still run!

It looks really cool!
Hey Jim that's a cool old car. How fast does she go?~Ames
Those narrow tires always intrique me.

Thank heavens the vehicles only went 30 MPH. Can you imagine those at any higher speed?

Such a terrific looking car.

Thank you for sharing it.


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