I recently had the chance to spent an afternoon at the annual Essen Motor Show (Germany, City of Essen). that is mainly a fair for tuning of cars but also has a hall for classic cars. Most of them being for sale by dealers (but more on the higher price level).
Only two Model T could be found - one tourer of 1910/11 and one speedster.
The tourer obviously 'restored' by non experts. I would not call myself one but could identify some minor missing parts or some 'special' coulored items as the white floor matte and brass spoke wheels (as accessory).
I do not know enough about speedsters to tell the quality of the one on exhibition.
Have a nice season !
Greetings from (snowless but cold) Germany,
Nice photos. Thank you.
The touring has wire wheels on the left and wood wheels on the right?? What is that about....
Ken: the wire wheels were on sale as accessory for some EUR 350,- or so and just were on display at the car.
Thank you for posting. Es ist sehr kalt?