The old man in this shoe car worked for Daniel Neal Children's Shoemakers. It was built on a 1921 Ford Model T chassis by Riverside Motor Works.
Perfect car for the old lady who lived in a shoe!
Disc wheels as was talked about in the other threads.
If the car broke down you could just take giant steps to get home.
Looks like a roller skate.
HO! HO! HO! Where's my shoe. JGG
Is this where the phrase "have some big shoes to fill" comes from???
Next time someone says disc wheels are only for speedsters show them this!
The Wichita version.
I guess the spare tire was in the boot.
Phat Pheet sounds like it could be the name of an urban sneaker line nowadays. They'd probably go with a different car, though...