The Sign above, from Wartrace, Tennesse, 1959. Below left, Charlottesville, Virginia, a sign that was supposed to read “Food Of All Foods,” 1958. Second from left, the UK, 1958. Third from left , Detroit, 1948. Far right, Anderson, Indiana, 1959
Ford Motor Company called the Model T the universal car. It truly was, as it became the subject to every accessory known to man. Here a black radiator T is pumping water to put out a fire with a front mounted pump.
We would like you, our readers to tell us all about this 1935 Ford (?) Box Car along with its owner, who must have traveled to a different drummer.
A Model T Ford chassis with a custom display body for showing off the latest of elect-rical labor savers, the vacuum cleaner. This appears to be a 1915-1916 chassis that has been given an accessory radiator and hood.
Charles Tumbridge Of Kensal Rise, England could not be without his Saymoyed, Susie, when he went on lengthy jaunts. So – He built her a custom side car body with all the comforts of home including water and food. Photo dated Oct, 21 1962.
Here are some early automotive schools and students. Where are the teachers?