Here are some pictures of cars in our club. Click on the picture to expand it to full size, then use your browsers "back" button to get back to this page.
Steve Schnitzer's 1914 Touring
Steve Schnitzer's 1912 mother-in-law car
Steve Schnitzer's 1926 Tudor
Dan Denney's touring
Dan Denney's roadster pickup
Model T of Lee Rand Smith and Wanda
Mike and Brenda Bender's new roadster pickup
Charles Vandervort's 1924 Touring
Melvin Birks recently acquired this gorgeous 1923 coupe with many period accessories.
Fred and Lavina Houston's 1913 Mountain Boomer
Ted and Linda Kyle's flatlander roadster
Mike and Beverly Walker's fine looking 1915 Touring
Melvin and Nadine Birk's Faultless speedster with new disk wheels. This car has moved around to several club members, but Melvin now has it back.
Ron & Sharon Osburn's 1927 Coupe has been in the Osburn Family since 1959
Sharon Osburn's 1914 Depot Hack
Carl and Peggy Stuckey's 1926 Coupe
John and Jeanie Rogne's Tudor "Sissy car"
Melvin and Nadine Birk's '27 Roadster
Monte and Pat Harnar's '26 Coupe
Bill and Marsue Gent's '27 Touring
Mike and Brenda Bender's Mercury bodied, Fronty powered speedster
Mike and Brenda Bender's Canopy Express or is it a Huckster?
John Aldridge's '26 Roadster with rumble seat (restored by Fred Houston).
Dan and Sharon Harnar's '14 Speedster
This is "Lillymae" the low mileage original '26 Fordor owned by C.J. and Mary Jones
This is "Herman", Gene & Betty Pyeatt's '21 Huckster
This is "Abby", Gene & Betty Pyeatt's '25 Fordor (an unrestored, but well preserved low mileage original car)
Herman Campbell's 1915 roadster
Fred and Lavina Houston's 1921 Centerdoor
Larry and Sue Young's '26 Tudor, decorated for the Christmas holidays.
This is the Cam Project test car (see Technical)
Larry and Sue Young's '26 Tudor in barn fresh condition (1993)
Has been in the Young family since 1956
Fred and Lavina Houston's 1920 Ames bodied, Fronty powered speedster (see Technical for some speedster tips)
Fred Houston's Okiewagon
Fred Houston built 1912 Depot Hack
(the one that got away)
Rob and Winnie Trippet's 1918 Ames Cloverleaf bodied Model T. Not really in our club, but cute nonetheless. (Rob is Sue Young's brother)
Larry Sigworth's 1922 Paco bodied, Fronty powered speedster
If you are a member of our club and would like to submit a picture of your car, email it to the Webslave. If you have only a photographic print, send it to me and I will scan it, then return it to you.