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Just a pic of a Model T that was on display at the Ford Dealer. Anyone know the year?



And another don't know what make though. Looks mean though. It was parked at Tim Horton's. LOL

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Not a clue on the top one. That bottom truck is an International, based off of their MXT (Military Extreme Truck).

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actually , that's a model A - either a 30 or 31 I think - second generation model A body too
a '27-29 looks a little more like a model T but model T's have fenders that are flat on top

I think '26 was the last year for the T's
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If you zoom in on the licence plate bracket, it almost looks like it says "1931" on the top, but tough to tell with the resolution of the pic.

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actually , that's a model A - either a 30 or 31 I think - second generation model A body too
a '27-29 looks a little more like a model T but model T's have fenders that are flat on top

I think '26 was the last year for the T's
I couldn't tell ya a Model A from a Model T, little bit before my time. hahaha

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I was going to say 32. Finally something older than me.

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Don't be so sure, picture says 2014.

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a friend of my dad's had one - a 4 door , pale yellow with brown fenders & trim

sadly he had to sell it a few years before he passed away

a really nice guy who I'll always miss going to visit - he was about a year older than the car
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had a dodge dart he loved N hated anything with a bowtie
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Maybe so Mike, but I wasn't born "yesterday"!

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I was going to say 32. Finally something older than me.
Hehehe Mr. Magoo. Guess this one. I know. Wood spokes, My Grandpa's first car. Bought it in Lethbridge brand spanking new . Hint...........It ain't a Ford.

Grandpa used to tell a story on how one day the car overheated and steamed up. While Grandma not being used to motor vechicles bailed cause she thought it was on fire, while it was moving. She broke her arm.




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