It is from the booklet:
There is also a towncar and a couplet pictured in the booklet. about 1914 0r 1915.
That sounds like a great book. I'd love to get a copy. Does anybody know if it's being reprinted?
What about water pumps?
I agree, looks like a great book.
Do you actually think that a manufacturer or seller of any item or service would ever admit that their work is anything other than perfect?
1923 Science mag:
I wonder what the final cost of the car would have been if Ford had built in most of these accessories?
Ralph, Your Accessories cartoon always reminds me of this OSHA cartoon.
That is the same thing I was thinking, I was trying to think where I could find a copy of the OSHA cartoon, and then I scrolled down to see you had posted it.
You guys crack me up.
They left off the T Seat Belts and Ejector Seat.
Here's a few more along the same line. :-)
Jay, I absolutely love your "OSHA" cartoons!
Had to deal enough with them "back when working" and sure glad I don't now!
The "not admitting any thing" comment mentioned above goes right to the terminal marked Bat. The mags perfect and nothing ever goes wrong with it.