This year proved to be one of the busiest years the Historic Vehicle Association has seen yet. With 2016 promising to be even bigger, we thought we’d take a look at the last 12 months and provide this brief recap…
The idea of driving a 100-year-old car across the country certainly seemed to resonate with people. In nearly every city we stopped, media outlets turned out to cover the story. We’ve collected but a handful from the past couple months for this special edition of The Roundup.
Throughout the Road Trip Century Celebration, our staff photographers Casey Maxon and John Paul had their cameras at the ready to capture the action as it transpired. We’ve collected a few of our favorites below. Full photographic coverage of the event is available on our Facebook page.
After some 3,500 miles and countless hours behind the wheel, we sat down with the 1915 Model T’s two primary drivers to ask a few questions about the trip. Read on to hear firsthand accounts of HVA Historian Casey Maxon and President Mark Gessler.
Next month, to mark the 100th anniversary of the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition, a team of Historic Vehicle Association staffers will be driving a 1915 Model T across the country. Read on to learn more about why the Exhibition is significant in the history of modern American car culture, how Edsel Ford plays into the equation and how you can follow along on the HVA’s trek.