With 15 million Model Ts produced between 1908 and 1927, Ford put the world on wheels, out producing all competitors. To the casual observer all Model Ts look pretty much the same although many changes were incorporated over the years. Marking the end of the “Brass Car Era,” 1916 was a transitional year which introduced an iron radiator block, steel hood, steel-shelled headlights and domed steel fenders. The cab and box of this truck were custom-built over a typical $325 Ford Model T chassis.
Custom Block Overlay
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