Killing time at an antique store while a daughter is at BB practice. I have one wrench in this pic, but haven't seen the one on the right?
And is this a T wrench?
Does it look altered? It looks like someone tried to make it look like a Walden Worchester wrench.
The bottom one looks like a Model Wrench.
The one on right has a few extra bends in it,but it was the forerunner of one on left. The last picture is a wrench used from Model A's up through the early 30's. Only numbers will identify it closer.
Two versions of the #2335 spark plug/head bolt wrench. I don't recall the exact time of the change, but the left one is later, used in the twenties, and the one on the right is from the teens. These usually have the Ford logo on them somewhere, but I've also seen some without it. There's a similar wrench for V-8 Fords, but its spark plug end is wider.
The bent one on the right came out in late '13, and was replaced later on, but I don't know what year.
The bottom wrench marked ''M 40 17017'' came out in 1933 [ Model 40] & was used until 1937, whereafter the sparkplug size changed & they were stamped 81A 17017.