Good one-sentence description, too!
There is a feature on it in the Edmonton Antique Car Club's newsletter from 2010.
https://www.google.ca/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=http://clubs.hemmings.com/ea cc/RBJuly2010.pdf&ved=0CBwQFjABahUKEwi8qu6xk-TIAhUXRogKHRazCvo&usg=AFQjCNFp4LjKA vmtpjO5Lz7c7kCyp_5exA
Link opens a PDF. I remember seeing it on the local news and at a car show once.
Oops. Posted the wrong link.
https://www.google.ca/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=http://clubs.hemmings.com/ea cc/RBJune2010web.pdf&ved=0CBoQFjAAahUKEwizlM7TlOTIAhUNLYgKHZu1AIc&usg=AFQjCNEm9I hGPbd-srMq-EfLUIXBO13bvA
The description is not true! There is one in Bend, OR. that has been stretched the length of one running board. Don.
Ed Archer has a stretched T touring. We have seen it on many tours and I think it has been on the cover or the Vintage Ford.
Ed's is a 3 seat Touring, Al Ellis creation is a four seat, so they're both kind of unique - or how many seats has the Bend, OR stretch T?
I wonder if Al found parts and completed a '04 Orient Buckboard? Quite a guy starting such a project at 87
Interview and video of car in action:
Note that in the June and July 2010 newsletters posted by Ryan Fenrich, the car was listed for sale in the classifieds.
I certainly wouldn't do that but I admire his craftsmanship. I'm not sure those pieces would have gone to any better use. It was nice to see him in the video. He certainly enjoyed building and having it. One of these might have been his inspiration: