http://www.ebay.com/itm/Ford-Model-T-30-cal-1916-ford-model-t-ww-1-millitary-sco ut-car-/281597558996?forcerrptr=true&hash=item419085c0d4&item=281597558996&pt=US _Cars_Trucks
Imagine trying to drive this puppy through the Lincoln Tunnel, or anywhere that gets the security folks' knickers in a twist!
Ooooo I see a left hand drive Light Car Patrol dessert T in the making! (Yes I know they are supposed to be right hand drive) But heck I still want one!
Wow -that is cool!
I need a Browning 1917 water cooled Machine Gun ....
I am picking up in Los Angeles today ...
Gary that's fantastic! Did you make that?
No. Picked up the picture off the web. Should have saved where. I think there were some more works by the artist.
For someone who reads this six months from now, Iíve added a couple of photos from the e-bay auction so you know what they discussed.
Depending on how accurate a reproduction you want to build, you can create a 1917 LHD vehicle as the US entered the war on Apr 6, 1917. And if you want the brass radiator I would recommend you do some research. There were several LHD brass radiator Fords supporting the war effort. You may find one of them that will meet your desires. And of course you can create a representative replica or you can go to the effort George King III did when he restored a Model T with a newly constructed body see: http://www.theday.com/article/20130107/NWS01/301079955
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