#1 Neat Town car for winter driving. Nice and warm.
#2 note mother-in-law seat on the roadster(Factory picture). BURRRRRRRR.
The 1st one was certainly an expensive auto to convert for snowmobiling.
The brain freeze may be due to all that snow you work and play in!
Drive carefully, and enjoy, W2
Yup, that's what I would do if I had a 20's Town car!
Ford didn't make a town car after 1917. I believe it is actually a 1917 town car pictured. Never would have thought of that! Neat picture for sure.
The snowmobile units were made to fit all T
so year of car will not date the picture or the year of assembly and use.#1 would be 1917 or earlier the tracks are canvas belt type that were used from 1916 to 1922 and then the steel tracks were used after that. Snowmobile Co. did buy some new cars (Mr. White also operated a Ford Dealership and the fenders and running boards and other parts that were changed were put in there parts stock for resale).
Not sure of the price of a town car as it is shown in the picture.
The new complete units sold for about $1000.00, the kit about $450.00. plus fright.