After seeing images of expensive coachbuilt Rolls-Royce hunting cars constructed for the Maharajah’s of India, this 1920s Model “T” Ford represents a complete change in direction to what is customarily seen. The Ford, produced at the Worli, India assembly plant was blacked out and painted with simulated Zebra stripes.
Extra equipment includes; a small fold-out pantry, a combination running board seat and tool box, storage for cartridges and a spotlight. The lowly, but nimble and reliable Ford probably made a excellent choice in the brush instead of a large long-wheelbase Rolls. The photos are courtesy of the AACA Library & Research Center Ford History Files.