Photograph and profile by G.A. Villa , copyright G.A. Villa SNMTC 2018.
Harold Mann has been with the Southern Nevada Model T Club from the very beginning when Harold joined four others in forming the club in 1992. Mr. Mann initiated the successful effort to bring the Southern Nevada Model T Club into the Model T Club of America as a charter member. During that time, Harold has served as club President for five years and has served variously as Treasurer and Tourmaster. Notably, Harold has edited and produced the SNMTC newsletter, T Driver , almost exclusively during his 20 years with the club. That newsletter has and continues to reflect his generosity with the club members and his sensible passion for the Model T Ford. One may note briefly that he has a background in aeronautical engineering and that he has worked as a professional petroleum engineer, but what is most important to him is his work with the Southern Nevada Model T Club and the great pleasure he derives from driving any one of his four cars: 1925 Ford Model T Runabout; 1926 Ford Model T Runabout; 1918 Ford Model T Touring Car; and his 1913 Metz Speedster (one of four original Metz model speedsters known to exist). The picture included with this profile is, fittingly, one of Harold driving one of his Model T Ford cars recently. In 2010 Mr. Mann was one of three members given an award of appreciation by the Southern Nevada Model T Club for his prominent role in the organization and creation of the club.
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