The nickle plating on '16 and older T's and the statement that "they didn't have a part number for this" made me think about this as well.
Ok and for certain of you this is a "trap question" consider yourselves warned!!
And yes I have on original cars.
Any amount of them on our Colonial built bodies Les.
Allan from down under.
I have them on my 15 speedster,but must confess,I did it. Saw a picture of someones early brass T in the SW that was powder blue,tan seats and white top. Beautiful car!
If you look in the Canadian parts book they are listed with part numbers. I also found various nickle plated items under discussion listed!! Nothing like living in the "colonies"!!
Green and Blue were standard available colours up to '17 in Canada.
I believe it was a dark blue (and a dark green) though.
Another thing in the Canadian Ford parts book; Hayes wire wheels are being offered (they even have a Ford part number).
Me and dad at a car show in 1959. The '25 roadster pickup has tan vinyl upholstery, red bed, cream pin striping and cream wire wheels by Hayes. It looked nice!
My 24 touring is maroon with tan upholstery and a black top.
Not an original car, but I hope you don't mind my posting a photo. This is my 1914 pickup. I picked the colors when I was 15 years old. I didn't want an all-black Model T; that's what I got!
Its not a brass era but I liked the colors and the top(removable)is Tan.