Model T Ford TT Trucks & Commercials
When Henry Ford launched the TT Truck in 1917, he captured yet another sector of the market, where the majority were still solely reliant on horse teams. The TT was a heavier duty version of the Model T car, but with a longer wheelbase, heavier frame and springs and a worm drive differential. Transmission and engine were the same as the car. As the Truck was sold primarily as a running chassis, the types and styles varied widely with Ford eventually producing a steel cab to suit.
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| Model TT truck chassis fitted with a bus body originally in service in Victoria, Australia, owned by Bob Skewes || Model TT Engineering & Mechanic's truck owned by Dave Weatherhead of Victoria, Australia. Fitted with a Jumbo Giant auxilliary transmission || Late 20's TT truck owned by Sam of Melbourne, |
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| An Australian bodied TT tow truck. || A wooden cab, TT tray. || A standard Model T Chassis Taxi Cab fitted with perimeter seating. |
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