I would love to have one but the price is obviously well beyond my meager lifestyle.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/FORD-MODEL-T-ORIGINAL-KEY-BOARD-FLATHEAD-COLLECTIBLE-192 5-1927-1920-1915-1922-/350904473065?pt=Vintage_Car_Truck_Parts_Accessories&hash= item51b38955e9&vxp=mtr
Would be nice to have, but I don't think Santa would pay that much. I thought that someone on here was going to reproduce some boards, maybe they will hop in here. You would need to find your own keys.
I can remember about 10 years ago, Mark Hanna had a NOS keyboard at the Long Beach Model T Ford Club swapmeet, and it had at least 4 keys on every hook. He wanted $500 for it, and had no takers, so I decided to buy it. Look at the price now! I have never regretted buying it. Since then I have filled up all the hooks with more keys, right out to the end of each hook.
I've got one full of keys on each hook, too, but it is used; not NOS. The price was right though - Free from dealer who was cleaning out his obsolete parts inventory.
I had the same experience many years ago. Picked up my key board full of keys plus a box full of keys. And a HCCT (restoring it now). Both were used but did get a whole load of NOS T stuff. Just love dealers when they throw out stuff!
What are the dimensions of an original key board? Are they plywood or one board?
A few years back I reproduced T key boards which were cast out of aluminum and powder coated black using an original to get as close to size and in the outside appearance as the original. Original ones like you see on this ebay offering were stamped sheet metal with embossed letters. Now someone started reproducing one out of sheet metal so I dropped out since even at a fraction of the price for mine "If it ain't an original they will walk away," even at $150 as with these but I did finally sell all I had done. Last ones even went for less then this. Bob