This has probably been discussed before but if it did I missed it. I've heard of some Model T cars being referred to as "widetrack" and that they are rare. Always appreciate the good answers given here. Thanks
There is another active thread covering that subject in detail: http://www.mtfca.com/discus/messages/599638/607408.html?1453595104
In short; Track is the width between the tires. Standard Model T's had 56" thread width while there were special ordered Fords sold between 1908-16 with a 60" track width for areas in the southeastern US states where cotton wagon ruts in the roads were 60" wide
Thanks Roger for the good answer---didn't know all that. If I had been paying attention earlier I would have seen the other thread on the "60 inch widetrack". Thanks, it's a good day when you learn something new.
Pontiac made their big body cars "wide track" starting in 1959 Don't remember the
spec's, but they were dramatically wider tracking than 58-and-earlier Pontiacs.