Wow! Lots of great photos I have never seen previously. Thank you sir!
I especially like this British 1913 touring with the volunteer ladies.
Royce, I think you must have been distracted by the passengers. That body style is ugly to this beholder's eyes. The cowl looks like something from an early truck, and everything else is so boxy, it looks home made. Sure is different though.
Allan from down under.
At least they had girls at the YMCA in those days
Trafford Park's first attempt at body construction was simple, and different from what was built in the USA or Australia. But it still looks great to me! Here are some other images of the same body style unique to British Model T's of 1913:
The Brit T styling is not by accident you know. They were styled to look like more expensive British brands...not unlike brass Duncan and Frazer Ts in Australia.
I agree with Royce, they have character; they look great. A bit like a British bulldog or Winston Churchill in a top-hat smoking a cigar.