Here's an unusual T.
Don't know anything about the time or location.
The year is 1918 but I do not see a location of the photo.
"One of the earliest examples of a “product vehicle” is the 1918 Pep-O-Mint car. According to James Hale, author of The Wonderful Wacky World of Marketing Mobiles, the giant roll of Pep-O-Mint Life Savers, built on a 1918 Dodge truck chassis with wood-spoke wheels, required its driver to lean out of the center window to see forward."
I don't know about the 1918 Dodge Truck chassis. Looks like a T to me.
Here is #2:
Fun, but driving the old 1918 T version seems more like a danger to life - not much sight through the front and the side holes..
Not a mint but there was a Nice Guy who went by the handle [Basket Case] who had a twenty's T all done in wicker made by a Basket Company!! A Very nice fellow who seem's to have droped off the Model T Map?? Bud??
Talk about tunnel vision!
Looks more like a Life Threatener to me!