I have never owned a Model T(Wish I had one).
On nov 11 1931 at 2 A.M.my mother decided I was
due any time.It was 40 below and we farmed 10 miles from town.My Dad tried to start the the car
but at that temp it refused.After many changes of hot water in the rad it eventualy started about 5:00 am.By the time Dad got my Mother bundled up and left the farm we only made 3.5 miles when I arrived.By the way it was atouring model and did not have any kind of heater.
My Aunt nicknamed me Henry Ford, (and with the old gang) I still get some times.
Much to my discust today,I had the complete
carbid system from my Grandfathers 1914 when I was 12 and of course wrecked them.Also had the coal oil(Kerosene)carage lamps and tail light.
I envey all Model T owner