Ford Model T Show 2011
Hosted by the "T Fords of Texas"
and the Texas Transportation Museum
Show sponsored by
Greg Williams and his 1926 Ford Model T doctor's coupe.
Sonny House and his 1914 Ford Model T runabout.
Steve Mazurek's 1920 Ford Model T speedster with Bob Dale, seated, and Tom Campbell.
Neil Middleton's 1923 Ford Model T Touring.
John and Diane Williams and their 1911 Ford Model T roadster.
Darrell Vanderford'd 1922 Ford Model T depot hack.
People enjoying Richard Hansen's 1917 Ford Model T touring.
Line up of Ford Model Ts.
Clint Bitterly giving a ride in the family's 1917 Ford Model T.
Line up of Ford Model Ts.
Line up of Ford Model Ts.
Line up of Ford Model Ts.

Show visitor's enjoying Sonny House's 1914 Ford Model T.
Line up of Ford Model Ts.
Show visitor getting into the spirit of the Model T era.
Jerry King fixing his 1926 Ford Model T runabout.

Katie Williams returns from the downtown cruise in the "mother-in-law" seat of Tom Campbell's 1912 Ford Model T runabout.
Marshall Huling's ingenious Ford Model T car seat.
Marshall Huling's 1921 Ford Model T touring and family.
Sunday morning crowd enjoying the Ford Model Ts.
Anton Hajek between his 1914 depot hack and his 1925 Ford Model TT truck.
Gary Bethke shows his 1923 Ford Model T runabout to some visitors.
Visitors enjoying Richard Hansen's 1917 Ford Model T touring.
Visitor's enjoying two Ford Model T racing cars.

Marie Roy tries her hand at cranking Bob Dale's 1917 Ford Model T dirt racer.
TFOT club president Daniel Bratcher showing his 1926 Ford Model T touring.
Three Ford Model Ts brought in by Mike Mackechney and his son, Anthony.
Pictures From Downtown Cruise at the historic Pig Stand Restaurant,
1508 Broadway, San Antonio, TX
Ford Model Ts at the historic Pig Stand restaurant, 1508 Broadway, San Antonio.
Ford Model Ts at the historic Pig Stand restaurant, 1508 Broadway, San Antonio.
June Prade's 1924 Ford Model T, with Daniel Bratcher at the wheel, at the historic Pig Stand restaurant, 1508 Broadway, San Antonio.

Ford Model Ts at the historic Pig Stand restaurant, 1508 Broadway, San Antonio.
Ford Model Ts at the Pig Stand restaurant.
Ford Model Ts at the historic Pig Stand restaurant, 1508 Broadway, San Antonio.
At the original San Antonio Ford Agency / Dealership Building, opened in 1908
TFOT Ford Model Ts near the original Ford agency building near the Alamo.
Ford Model Ts near the original San Antonio Ford dealership building.
Ford Model Ts near the original San Antonio Ford dealership building. Opened in 1908 on East Houston, its roof mounted sign could clearly be seen above the Alamo.

Ford Model Ts near the original San Antonio Ford dealership building. Opened in 1908 on East Houston, its roof mounted sign could clearly be seen above the Alamo.
Ford Model Ts near the original San Antonio Ford dealership building. Opened in 1908 on East Houston, its roof mounted sign could clearly be seen above the Alamo.
June Prade in her 1924 Ford Model T with Marie Roy near the original San Antonio Ford dealership building.
Driving Past the Alamo
TTM's 1924 Ford Model T C cab truck at the Alamo.
Steve Mazurek's 1920 Ford Model T 2 seat racer at the Alamo.
Jerry King's 1926 Ford Model T runabout at the Alamo.
Gary Bethke's 1923 Ford Model T roadster at the Alamo.
Tom Campbell's 1912 Ford Model T roadster at the Alamo.
George Wilson's 1921 Ford Model T Centerdoor sedan at the Alamo.
Anton Hajek's 1914 Ford Model T depot hack at the Alamo.
June Prade's 1924 Ford Model T Touring at the Alamo.

Ronnie & Laura Bitterly's 1917 Ford Model T Touring at the Alamo.
Donald Weaver's 1923 Ford Model T farm truck at the Alamo.
Marshall Huling's 1921 Ford Model T touring at the Alamo.
Clint Bitterly's 1923 Ford Model T pick-up at the Alamo.

George Quintanilla's 1923 Ford Model T C cab truck at the Alamo.
Anthony Mackechney's 1923 Ford Model T tanker truck at the Alamo.
Daniel Bratcher's 1926 Ford Model T touring at the Alamo.

 

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