For those that doubt the existence of the doctor's coupe, I submit this for your consideration. It's a Buick, something a doctor could well afford. So maybe there are no model T doctor's coupes.
I had to compress the pic so much that you may not be able to make out the MD medallion to the left of the license plate. Posting pics here is such a headache that it is the reason why the Facebook model T community is surpassing this forum as the foremost resource for hobbyists looking to share with others. It is now my first choice for networking with the old car community.
Gosh, Erik, thanks for slumming with us. We're honored by your presence.
A review of the term Doctors Coupe indicated that 1922/1925 had entered into the automobile world Packard, Buick, chev. By the late 1930 coupes became associated with business.
I didn't say the Buick is mine, although I do have one. My first love in old cars is the model T, so I guess I am always welcomed with those in what they think are the slums. We slummers have more fun anyway.
I hope it was not damaged beyond repair in the roll-over.
Tommy, are you seeing the pic upside down? Since I have using my iPhone I thought that was no longer a problem like I had with my iPad. Is everyone else seeing the coupe inverted?
Yes, posting pictures on FB is easier, and I follow the Model T pages there, but for information from guys who know their stuff I come here.
I see it right side up.
If you want Ad Nauseam "likes" to prop you up, then by all means get all your info on Facebook. If you want real life experience and technical info, this is by far the best place to be...Not even close.
No reason a doctors coupe can't have one of.. hang on.. fakebook can take a leap off a cliff.
I hate Facebook, this website is the complete extent of my social media participation
How can Facebook take the lead when so many of us refuse to go there?
1900 Doctor's Coupe: