When the team got to Circus World on the 11th is was raining, but the show went on as scheduled in the museum’s Hippodome. Though the rain held the morning crowd down a bit, the team proved thatr its spirits weren’t dampened by putting the car together in 23 minutes! Shortly after they were done, the rain stopped and the prewar cars began to roll into Circus World. The crowds followed. By the afternoon assembly session, which went even faster, the Hippodome was packed with people. In addition, four members of the team were car show trophy winners.
To learn more about this club visit http://wcmtfc.saturnpages.com.
By the way, KP Book (www.Krausebooks.com) has a great new book called The Legendary Model T coming out soon. It’s by historian and researcher Tom Collins and Don Chandler, of WCMTFC was a big supporter and help in putting this full-color history of the Model T Ford together. Take my advice (this is not just a sales pitch) if you like Model Ts, you are just going to love this beautiful book.
P.S. Sorry I can’t get the links to work. I’m going to see the IT guys now. In the meantime, just clip and paste the address into your browser.