Friday, April 8, 2016

Built To Last

I'm not sure what year this old Ford is from but it has a license plate from 1927. All the metal on it is so thick compared to our modern cars which must have made them heavy but durable!

22 comments:

eileeninmd said...

Good morning, cool vintage car! Happy Friday, enjoy your weekend!

Andy said...

Does it have a rumble seat? :)

Christine said...

It's a classic & I love the spoked wheels & running boards.

Bill Nicholls said...

Won't rust like they do now then

Tom said...

Google and I agree.

Sharon Anck said...

That really is a beauty. It's been very well taken care of.

William Kendall said...

It is a beauty. No car built today will still be around in ninety odd years.

Luis Gomez said...

Beautiful!

TexWisGirl said...

pretty awesome.

Michelle said...

That car is like a piece of art!

Jacob said...

I do believe it is a Model T. The gentleman who owned the farm next to my grandmother's farm in northern Minnesota had one and I loved to watch it putt putt down the rocky road.

cieldequimper said...

Oh yes! Can I borrow it for the weekend?

LOLfromPasa said...

A classic! Looks wonderful.

Cloudia said...

sweet!

Gosia k said...

I would like to have it

Karen S. said...

Look at that shine too! Very smart looking.

Taken For Granted said...

That is a fine looking Model T Ford, but there is no way to tell exactly what year it is as Ford produced the same car for years. This is not a Brass T, so it is after 1916, but it could be as new a 1927. In 1928 Ford introduced the Model A. It was called Model A because it was a complete departure from the Model T. Love seeing these old cars.

Revrunner said...

My grandparents' car. :-)

altadenahiker said...

Even if it never moved an inch, it's a work of art. My Ford Fiesta, on the other hand, looks like a tennis shoe.

VP said...

Almost a century! Wonderful!

Rose said...

It is an old beauty!

Jack said...

I like seeing these well-kept old cars. Wouldn't you think blogger would let us tell it just once that we aren't robots and stop asking us?