Here is another interesting picture. Until 1919 all Fords where imported by a Copenhagen car dealer F. Bülow & Co. Some of these may have come from Manchester, while others was from the US.
As the Town Sedans in general was rare, I have wondered if any of them made it to Denmark.
Now here is a picture I just found of what I believe is a Model T Town sedan:
The picture is taken in 1915 but the car may not be new. Location is Smallegade on Frederiksberg. At first I thought it was a van belonging to the shop, but at closer look I think it is a Town Sedan driving as a cap.
Here is a close up of the car:
It may not be a US or UK body - it might as well be a local body.
Oh yes - and how does Smallegade look today?
Well - Frederiksberg got a new Town Hall in 1942 - 53 (Wartime) and neede a parking lot for visitors and employees:
And a busstop! ;-)
I'm not much help with the car question, Michael, but like I've mentioned on here before, I sure enjoy the before and after pics.
Thanks for posting.
Those big ads at bus stops must be everywhere. They look like that here too.
Manuel in Oz
Thanks for the photo of the Towncar in Denmark
Thank you for posting these pictures! I, also, enjoy them very much.
Drive carefully, and enjoy the holidays! W2
It appears to be a US made body, 1911 - 12. Like this:
1911 Town car - headlights were not standard, and neither were front doors. Brake lever brass plated early in the model year, then black. This illustration from the 1911 catalogue actually shows a 1910 Town car:
1912 Town car - headlights now standard, and removable front doors were included. Body same as 1911 except the doors: