Driving it Home
   We will fly and cruise from Texas to Anchorage, AK, arriving in Anchorage  on July 4th to pick up the 1926 Model T touring car shown here.  After visiting Denali National Park, we will drive the Model T across Alaska and down the Alaska Highway to join the MTFCA Montana Majestic Mountain T Tour in Whitefish, MT.  Over 150 Model Ts are expected for that tour.

   Following the Montana Tour, we will be touring with a few friends through Yellowstone National Park, down the Rockies through Colorado and back home to Texas.  We will be touring for about 60 days.

   We will be chronicling this adventure on the WEB as we did our 2001 Texas to Alaska Model T Adventure.  We invite you to join us on this trip by watching the daily reports on this site.  You can enjoy both our adventures and mis-adventures on the web as we embark on this Model T adventure.

   We’ve never seen the car before but know how well Bruce Campbell restores a Model T.  Bruce says
1926 Touring.jpg
that everything on the car will be “new old stock” except the nut behind the wheel.  And the engine was built for Bruce by Ross Lilleker so what else can we ask for?  

   Okay, a little luck and some nice weather would be welcome.
                       Ben & Nancy Hardeman
Montana Majestic Mountain T Tour
On The Road Again
Yellowstone then Home
Runs great...
  ....Drive it home.
Runs great...
      ....Drive it home.
Getting to Anchorage
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   We bought the car.
The ad said,  
“Runs great -
         Drive it home.”

Why not?  

5,500 miles of
Model T fun!

Each day during the tour
we will be posting photos
and stories about the trip
and our experiences.  
The dailylinks to the left
will become active as the
information is posted.
7/18 - Alaskan Range & Pipeline
2001 Alaska Model T Tour
1987  Texas to Alaska Model T Adventure
1987  Alaska Model T Photos
State of Alaska Website
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Looking back by Nancy: Life on the road.
Looking back by Ben: The car and driving.
Links to additional information about Model Ts and Alaska