Was the change in height (or depth) somewhere around 21' attributed to raising the profile of the car or lowering it to the ground?
I also had the awesome privilege today of helping a new Model T owner get his first T on the road. A 23 Coupe. No knowledge of starting, "coils buzzing" or driving. All coils (plastic) were junk, no buzz. I loaned him some from my Roadster, and shaboom, she fired and I gave him a crash course in driving.
What a great day.
Fun stuff! Thank you for sharing.
Drive carefully, and enjoy, W2
In US, the Ford cars were lowered by 1.5" in the chassis from august 1925 when the improved 1926 models were introduced. The lowering in the front is in the spindles and a lower arc of the spring, in the rear the spring was unchanged, but the rear frame crossmember has a higher arc. Everything in a try to keep up in style with the competition to keep sales up. Roads weren't as bad anymore as they used to be in 1909