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1930 Ford finally out, Old car BBQ, truck pics... enjoy

Well got the 1930 out of storage today, she runs like a top as usual really love this car never lets ya down...




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Our buddy Edgar has a bbq car meet ever year on his birthday, that was today a few nice cars showed up it was Raining in the morning so that kept some of the cars away sadly...






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T Coupe with willwood rear disk brakes impressive



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On left 1938 Ford Tudor, on Right 1936 Fordor


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3 ****** Knights very rare cars to say the least....


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First up a 1950(ish) Packard in this configuration only 25 known in existence still, 28,000 original miles; back left is a Metz very rare and on the right you cant really see it is a very small "brush" car looks like a mini T...


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I love old cars. they are soooo cool.
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i want the packard!
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I was looking for Jay Leno that whole time.


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i want the packard!

So does everyone its worth a pretty penny for sure.. little dusty now but its in great shape driven about once a month or so.. all original everything including tires...


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ya thats how its feels when we all get together normally there is about 100 or so cars..
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... and on the right you cant really see it is a very small "brush" car looks like a mini T...]
My Good Friend Chuck Mathiowetz who I go to Iola old car show with has a 1909 Brush Runabout. The oldest car I've driven by far. The thing I love about it is you can slow the engine down so slow that you can count the strokes and it will still run. His son is the editor of Pre war notes magazine and used to be the editor of old cars weekly.



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yepper at some point i have driven all of edgers cars he has let me the one's in the out buildings the one's outside are the guests..

the Brush is one nifty little car so is the Metz

the *****'s are a dream to drive tons of power..

and well the Packard is a freaking tank that rides like a boat
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whats wrong with this picture? i didn't know wilwood brakes were OEM for the twenties


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I don't care what you say that's a Bad A$$ upgrade.

Wood spokes willwood brakes,, it works..
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whats wrong with this picture? i didn't know wilwood brakes were OEM for the twenties
he upgraded because he is gonna drive the T to like cali if i remember right and if you have ever seen a T's brakes you would understand why



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Wood spokes willwood brakes,, it works..

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you really need to make it down to cruisin the coast sometime... i love the car by the way
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Awesome car, Stone. What is the thing under the drivers side headlight?
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Nice cars! ...bet you had a blast!


...and the '30 is lookin' good, too!
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you really need to make it down to cruisin the coast sometime... i love the car by the way
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Awesome car, Stone. What is the thing under the drivers side headlight?
under driver is the OOOga horn, under the passengers is an original police siren i found at a swap meet a couple years back



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...and the '30 is lookin' good, too!
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he upgraded because he is gonna drive the T to like cali if i remember right and if you have ever seen a T's brakes you would understand why
i have seen the T brakes, talk about no frills



driving it all the way from michigan to CA, thats gonna take a while, no land speed records there, a group of us corvette people got caught behind a group of T drivers, and i think we got to a top speed of 30 MPH, or so
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looks like you put your new wheels on on the ranger looks really wide lol
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Sweet looking '30, stone! I'm loving the old fire truck as well. Those kinds of meets are always the best. Looks like a good time.
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Whats the insurance cost on those cars?
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great pictures i love old cars
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Classics look best in black. Very nice!
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Love these, sheer brilliance. We don't see enough of them.
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Cool pics. Stone!
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i have seen the T brakes, talk about no frills
driving it all the way from michigan to CA, thats gonna take a while, no land speed records there, a group of us corvette people got caught behind a group of T drivers, and i think we got to a top speed of 30 MPH, or so
Ya there horrible brakes and the rear axle seals like to let go alot and dump grease into the drums.. yes they will do about 45.. but man is it really really hard on the rear ends in those cars i wouldnt recommend it

Model A's are so much nicer you can cook along at 60 and it feels like nothing..



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looks like you put your new wheels on on the ranger looks really wide lol
Sure did.. love them




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Sweet looking '30, stone! I'm loving the old fire truck as well. Those kinds of meets are always the best. Looks like a good time.
fire truck was at the same station for all its life and still is actually.. in potterville


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Whats the insurance cost on those cars?

Not bad at all. Haggerty insurance we pay around $800 a year we had to make a claim they paid 100% and insurance never went up good people


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Love these, sheer brilliance. We don't see enough of them.
I see them to much lol


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