Whoops forgot the second photo. I think the delivery body slips on and off the touring body?
Really cool picture. I am always amazed by these old pics. Tim
These convertible bodies were advertised in the UK (in Ford Times for example) from about 1915 all the way to the end of production, so I assume they must have sold.
Makes include Ellison & Smith who made 'Magnet' bodies, Shepherd, who made the 'Dixie' (at least two survive in the UK), Jennings, Chas Baker and Duple. These are all illustrated in Vol 2 of 'The English Model T Ford'.
I can't identify Jay's contribution.
The more I look at those two pictures Jay, it actually looks like the whole back of that touring body, including top and top bows, is removable in order to be replaced by the delivery body! Sure would like to see more detailed photos of THAT arrangement! Very "different" for sure!