Greetings from Russia. I found an unusual spare part on his garden plot. On the iron canvas stamp Ford. Help identify the spare unit to which it belongs and in which year could be made. I will be very grateful for the help.
It's the remains of one half of a set of points for a Model T Ford spark coil. It's an interesting find but not a usable part.
used from 1912-13 to 1927.
13-27 on KW and Ford units only.
As explained, it's a fragment of a Model T ignition coil part.
I looked at that picture three times before I realized the scale was centimeters and not inches. Sharp eye guys.
Ken K, I did the same thing. I looked at it, thought six inches, tail-lamp bracket? But that didn't look right. I know us Americans are dense when it comes to metric, but what is my excuse? I have been translating it automatically in round numbers most of my life. I hated the way we were taught in school, so I devised my own system of estimating and have been using it ever since.
I was glad to see that a couple of our smarter regulars had already given good answers.
Drive carefully, and enjoy, W2
Thank you for identification of spare! I am very pleased to see so many enthusiastic people!
In Russia really sold these cars, none of them lived up to our days.