The delicate old beauty had to be protected for the trip. Shrink wrap seemed the best was to get her to St. Johns.
The Sault Ste. Marie had been sitting on this trailer for a long time. We weren't sure we could inflate the air bags.
This was the overpass that we were worried about. We were less than an inch from the bottom of it.
Michigan Law stipulates that you cannot be on the road before sunrise, and must be off the road before sundown when hauling a load of this size. (Sault Ste. Marie)
When we finally reached St. Johns, she had to be backed into a storage area. It just looked like she was going to tip over.
L to R: Colby Gardner, Elaine Twichell, Chris Cook, Calvin Cook, Paul Matheson.
This was the first step in protecting our 1902 Barney and Smith car from the elements
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