"The leader of the pack" !
There's gotta be more to this story.
"Fordson" has the pulling power of twenty Model T's
Twenty three? Unless the one in the back is pushing.
Looks like the real thing, reflections, shadows and control lever positions all different on each T.
I've come back to this photo a couple of times and I still can't make up my mind if those are T's or TT's. What do you all think?
TTs. I can see just enough of a few rear wheel tires for me to think so. Also, black era high radiators with flat board firewalls? I had read many years ago that Ford sold the commercial chassis (both T and TT) either with or without fenders and cowl. I do really wonder where these are headed to? They look like they have some sort of temporary seat or box with a back for a driver. Very interesting photo. Thanks all!
Drive carefully, and enjoy, W2
Is that a Tudor at the back doing all the pushing?
[Or a TT with cab?]
From here I can see the shadows of the camera, the camera man and his helper as well.
Manuel in Oz
-I think it;some kind of union strike at the Ford plant.
There is a little sign on the front right chassis. Half of it is shown. The top word ends in "ALE" with the Ford logo underneath. Too bad the whole thing wasn't visible.
Totally weird. Promotion shot of some kind?
Looks like a "pyramid" scheme to me!
Regards to all
Ps: sorry I couldn't resist! Me bad........