I recently bought a stop light for my 1920 Touring car, and yes I know it's not a ford part, I just like it. Does anyone know what make it could be?
I have a very similiar one on my T speedster and I don't who made it, i'll look again though
My guess is aftermarket accessory. Just a guess though
I think those originally were for trucks and busses made in the 1930's. I have a similar one on my 1913 touring.
They were available in 1923. For 26, it says "Wright stop signal."
They are very popular on tbay. One recently sold for near $100, in today's devastated dollars.
Got this one with the 1912 body. Plan to put in on the ol' picup for a high mount center light.
RDR. What book is the above page from? Thanks. Dave.
It was a science magazine that my brother-in-law has. I scanned a couple of pages and sent it back to him. It wasn't Popular Science, but similar. The pages must have been numbered for the whole year. Here's another:
RDR. Would you email me what you have on the T accessories. I would like to enlarge it and keep it clear. Thanks. Dave.
There is a set of three books, "Model T Ford Authentic Accessories, 1909-1927, vol. 1-3" published by James L. Kenealy, that show up now and again on ebay. My set has a copyright date of 1976. They are a massive compilation of period print ads for what has to be every conceivable accessory for the Model T, hundreds of them. They are alot of fun to look through, but unfortunately are not indexed nor categorized. We've found the ads for all the accessories we have for our '26 Touring.