I had never seen one of these before. Model T Haven has these copies of a "Model T Notice to User" for sale on ebay. This brings to mind several questions: 1)Did this notice come with every new Ford? 2)Was this same printing used for every year of the Model T? 3)Where was it placed in the car (under the seat with the tool kit, attached to windshield, lain in the seat? 4) or what?
Don't know about that Texas T reprint, but suspect it was in a Ford Sales Manual as part of information.
Now below is a Ford form with part # that was stuck to a NOS windshield for a '26-'27 coupe, so this is original. And seems to have been on new car delivery I guess.
This original is from some other post I think.
Those both look like they are printed on a square piece of paper. Do you know what the paper dimensions are for either of these?
Your reprint is a copy of a notice found on the windshield of new T's.
Sure don't. Only got the photos.
I kinda remember the one on the windshield, as the eBay photo showed the whole windshield and that tag was in the lower passenger corner.
But didn't keep that photo in a file, just cropped it and kept what you see. Maybe about 4"-5" square?
I have an original w.s. notice tacked on the shop wall - I will take a photo tomorrow - it is 5 & 1/2" x 5 & 1/2" and had "FORD FORM - 1926 - 1927" printed in the top left corner.
Original '26 - '27 "Notice To User"
When the centennial 1914 Ts were built, I believe all of the original paperwork that would have come with a 1914 was reproduced, too. Somebody somewhere has this paperwork. I know I'd
love to have copies to display with my 1914. Anybody have any ideas?