Looks like this Ford would be a little hard on pedestrians. :-)
That would encourage the pedestrians to get out of the way
Nebraska is windy enough not sure why he didn't but a sail on his model t instead.
I can't speak for other pedestrians but I'm sure gonna out of the way if I see that thing coming at me.
That would be useful for keeping citrus crops from freezing.
I certainly don't know much about aeronautical engineering, but I've read that most small planes operate with a prop RPM of about 2,500. This is considered a practical limit due to the fact that if the prop tips exceed the speed of sound it basically stops working.
So, I guess the darn thing worked!
What would scare me is the lack of brakes. At least with a stock transmission and rear end set up you have a band in the transmission and drums at the wheels. I don't see any of that here.
Jared, he just reverses the prop! Just kidding! Dave
I wonder just how comfortable the driver was, and if he turned a corner, what prevented his getting a a butt-load of splinters!?!?