Highlights from the Party of the Century

The Model T Celebrates its 100th Birthday in Richmond, Indiana

The Model T Ford Club of America hosted the 100th anniversary T-party for the Ford Model T in Richmond, Indiana from July 20 through July 26th, 2008. There were 47 states represented and 9 countries and over 970 Model Ts were present during the event.

The event brought out many shutterbugs who took some great photos. A few highlights from the event are on this page, but be sure to check some of the following links for additional images. Thanks to all the photographers who have shared their images!

Via Flickr: WayNet | Wayne County, Indiana | Model T Museum | Model T 100 Years
Links via MTFCA's Discussion Group | Videos on YouTube

Model T Party of the Century

Model T Party of the Century

Model T Party of the Century Model T Centennial Party
Model T Party of the Century

Model T Party of the Century

Model T Party of the Century

Model T Party of the Century

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Model T Party of the Century

Model T Party of the Century

Model T Party of the Century

Model T Party of the Century

Model T Party of the Century

Model T Party of the Century

Model T Tour

Model T Party of the Century

Model T Party of the Century

Model T Party of the Century
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Gaar-Scott Steam Engine & Threshing Machine

Timed Assembly Competition 4

Traveling Under the "G" Street Bridge

Model T- Party of the Century

Photos taken July 20-25, 2008

Panoramic photo taken at the Hagerstown Airport on Tuesday, July 22, 2008.

Photo Courtesy of Jim Johnson Photography

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