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1921 Model T Racing Car

This 1921 Model T racing car was sporting lucky number 7 in Port Stanley on June 29, 2014. Owned by Robert and Sara Slee of Shedden, Ontario, this car has been lovingly restored and runs like a top.

Robert bought the car in 2003 from a man in St. Thomas. That man had found it in Saskatchewan where it had been sitting and rusting in a field for 40 years. He restored the engine and much of its running parts and assisted Robert Slee in completing the restoration to the quiet, smooth running beauty you see here in this picture.

Robert and Sara also own a dark green Model T ("Tin Lizzie") that you will often see driving around in Port Stanley. Today was the first time we've seen this beautiful racer gracing our village streets. They sure don't make 'em like they used to!

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