At first glance it looks like a Model T but see the headlight socket location. Has Model T size brass headlamp rim and glass. Original bulb with glass 'tit' in lamp but no bulb in smaller light. This smaller light "appendage" is detatchable by pulling the pin in the pic and can be used as a trouble light because it has 8' of electric wiring (2) thats hidden between the larger lamp body and reflector when not in use. Really nice original silvering on reflectors. Stem is not a Model T cutoff but factory. Held on by a set screw? Superficial easily restorable rust on lamp except for small "cowl lamp size" rim. Its badly pitted but brass and steel rims are being repopped by Bob Bergstadt.$165 plus actual freight or free delivery to March Chickasha. george house.. gwhouse7three1(at)gmail.com .....Jay in northern California - you need this ;o)
I had one of those. For some reason I thought it was used on a military Model T.
That is what I remember hearing a long time ago. That those were on WWI ambulances. I knew someone who had one or two of those and they were olive drab and looked original.
Sold to Kemp of Ohio pending receipt of payment. Thanks MTFCA
I thought they were Fordson tractor.
I can't find the previous discussion I wanted but found this one. I hope it answers some questions. I also have one and was told it was railroad.