It doesn't look like anything I ever saw on a Model T.
One half of a bumper bracket set up that is attached to holes in the front frame horns. don't know what car it is for.
I have never seen anything like it with Model T stuff. The seller, by his own admission, does know what it is and is guessing.
On ebay, if it's old and rusty, it's a Model T part.
But it's on the Internet. It MUST be true!
Look at the sellers location. I think this part must be a relic from the thousands of Model T's that were used by the US military during atomic bomb testing in the NV desert. Apparently, only bumper brackets survived the radiation.
Something old. That's it!
Its the part im missing in the restoration of my peiod correct flux cappasitor!
What are the odds?