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  1. Harry Zelinka
    October 23, 2023 @ 2:05 am

    My first car was a 1935 Oldsmobile. It was a two seater with a rumble seat. The tires were solid rubber. It had a floor shift, gas and brake pedal and clutch pedal. I was 18 years old and I thought the car was cool! I had it for about a year when the transmission gave out. I must have gone to three junk yards to find a transmission but to no avail. I had to junk the car. Harry Zelinka in Diamond Springs, California

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  2. "Wolf"
    October 11, 2018 @ 8:51 am

    “W O W” I Would Almost Give My Right Arm For A Model “T” Like This One

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  3. Harold Pestana
    July 1, 2018 @ 12:29 pm

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  4. Ronald Miller
    March 17, 2017 @ 5:06 pm

    My Model T was a woodsaw that wouldn’t run. No tires, no body, no fanbelt, no gas tank, etc. I learned everything I needed from that old bag of bones. I became a Navy F4 pilot, and was the Maintenance Officer at “Miramar” base near San Diego. I did lots of the test flights, and did enjoy doing mach 2+ out over Santa Catalina. Wound up as CO of the “World Famous Red Rippers” flying (what else) PHANTOMS. Now I am again a maintenance officer, but this time on two “Ts”, one with a Ruxtell Axle (2 speed), and one that hadn’t run in some 44 years. They are “Unforgettable” cars!
    Ron Miller in Kirkland, WA

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