Looks like the same car as in the "no jack needed" photo. A '14 body with '15 fenders.
You are correct it didn't harm the Ford at all!
The Model T is truly a Universal Car-it can be used as a chiropractor as well as an automobile.
Also looks like the same hats?
(Message edited by Rob on April 29, 2016)
I think this last posting might have been meant for the other thread.
Best regards, John Page, Australia
I was too slow.
Haven't learnt to Edit yet.
Let's try this again.
It could have been worse:
Courtesy THF, all rights apply
The car is actually a "1915" touring built before the new body style tourings started to be made in February 1915. You can see how the body line is made to fit the curved 1915 rear fenders.
This body style was probably made at the branch assembly plants through mid summer of 1915.