The yellowed page is from the Model K owners manual. The patent drawings are for a magneto. I suspect Ford copied the patent drawings for the "K" manual, neglecting to change the drawing from four to six cylinder.
Do you think these drawings are for the same magneto seen in the Ford drawing?
2 different magnetos. Upper is a Holley Model K.
Layden, can you point out the differences? Do you think both are high tension?
The Model T Magneto was Patented by Edward S. "Spider" Huff and can be found by doing a Google Patent Search.
The patent was immediately assigned to Henry Ford.
E. S. HUFF
FLY WHEEL MAGNETO FOR EXPLOSIVE ENGINES
APPLICATION FILED APRIL 27, 1908. Serial No. 429,330.
PATENTED MAY 26, 1914. Patent No. 1,098,361
A note is included: Description (OCR text may contain errors) and it does, as he is identified as Edward S. Plum on the first line.
EDWARD S. HUFF, OF DETROIT, MICHIGAN, ASSIGNOR TO HENRY FORD, OF DETROIT, MICHIGAN.