and am thinking, someone put coupe sheet metal on a TT chassis... I think it's pretty clever, what do you think? I am not associated with this auction in any way.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Ford-Model-T-standard-1922-model-t-ford-with-dump-body-/ 231121594393?forcerrptr=true&hash=item35cfeba819&item=231121594393&pt=US_Cars_Tr ucks
At least 1925. Neat double T!
I think you are right about the coupe body. '24 or '25 style. I wasn't sure it wasn't a shortened Fordor but it does look like the transition to a trunk in the shadows there. Could be a lot of fun.
Thanks for the link.
Would this be considered a cross-over like in SUV ?
Thats the first Ford enclosed non-TT body I've seen adapted to a one ton truck chassis. Thanks for bringing it to our attention Wes. It was popular to adapt bodies to the TT chassis because bodies weren't available during the first seven years of TT chassis production ('17-'23). I once bought a TT with a real nice '15-'22 roadster body installed. That body will be in the classifieds of the Jan.Feb. Vintage Ford magazine.. . with a turtledeck.
The seller listed the VIN as 9066265?, which suggests a January 1924 engine. Interesting truck. Too bad it's so far away from me....
Man, I wish I had a bigger garage. That is a cool idea, I love it, Don.
Could be that the engine was from the coupe too. Might explain why the TT is posted as a '22.
My '20 coupe side panel below the side window is curved under at the bottom. That one is not, which makes me wonder about your coupe body theory.
I think this is what it would look like without the trunk being clipped off.