This topic was posted in 2009 and 2011. I am posting it again with pictures of a bank/book which I took a few years ago. The pictures in the book seem to be different from the one posted previously.
Hope you enjoy the pics.
Only one picture of 13 uploaded. I will downsize and try again later.
Interesting, the potential Model T buyer could deposit his savings with the dealer or with his bank.
That is the neatest thing. I sure would like to own one. Obviously it is of 1926 vintage. I noticed Ford still calls the two seat open car a Runabout and not a Roadster as many think.
Interesting that all cars are shown with wood spoke wheels and light colored tires. Advertising illustrations don't always match the real thing.
That is sooo cool! I would LOVE to get my hands on one!
In 1926 there were optional 4.50 / 4.75 X 21 balloon tires which were whitewall on both sides. They appear light colored in photos.
The regular tires on electric equipped 1926 production was 30 X 3 1/2 clincher tires as seen on this touring:
Advertisements from 1926 point out that balloon tires are $25 extra cost:
The Ladies Home Journal for July 1926 shows a snazzy new Runabout with all white tires.
How's that for an artist's rendering?