How say's you can't take your T with you!
A Town Car I can afford.
Strange custom but certainly a good likeness. Shame to waste it but I guess what else would they do with it. As always thanks Jay!
Doesn't look like a T.
Think its a Maxwell taxi, note the headlamps, radiator shell shape, etc.
Seems more like an advertising model for a taxi company...rickshaws were going out of favor for the more affluent travelers around the cities
Dan, It's use is meant as an effigy not an exact copy of a Model T or any other car of the day. I'd Call it artistic license.
I'm with Dan T. That cowl has a definite Maxwell look. The radiator shell has a '15 Max. shape. It may even have transverse springs. Fenders even match.
My vote is for Maxwell as well.
The makers of the papier-mache T shown above changed the look of it on purpose in fear of getting asked to pay royalties to Henry for copying a Ford design.
Here's a real T in China also in 1924.
Good one Constantine!