Has anyone seen the dual front end 1925 Model T that is on eBay? I honestly have no idea why people do this to cars? So, People come and gawk at what an abomination it is? This kind of stuff is pointless to me! Just my opinion.......
To each his own - I guess. Frankly, if I had the room here, and it was closer, I'd take care of it for a few years...I personally think that it is "cute".
Oh well...if we all loved the UP in Michigan, it would become too crowded to enjoy.
Thank goodness for the cold winters and Black flies in New Hampshire, otherwise we'd be as crowded as parts of California.
If you mean this one, they have done that to model Ts for years. It was an advertising stunt back in the day ...
yes, that one.
I friend of mine in the US has one it is a 26 and was built by a shop for his Grampa`s Auto garage in 1938 and sat on the roof for 20 years. when the garage was to be torn down he asked the demo crew if he could have it and they took it down. It is now restored. You get more looks with that than the 1912, and at shows people love it
I think someone on this Forum owns this. He's posted about it before and said he was looking to part with it this spring/summer. Memory is failing me on the name.
Yrs ago, there was a guy in Kokomo, In had one. I almost bought it.
Don't know what ever happened to it.
Per the description: "I recently have rebuilt the rear end."
In the late 1930's - 1950's a black era Model T was almost worthless. The Shriners made Model T wheelie cars and these double front Model T's to use in their parades. They were cheap fun.