1923 Ford Model TT

The Ford Model TT was a commercial truck produced by Ford from 1917 to 1927. It was based on the Model T car but had a heavier frame, sturdier suspension, and larger tires to accommodate heavy loads.

The Model TT was available in several configurations, including a truck chassis that could be customized for specific commercial applications such as delivery, farming, and construction. It was also used by the U.S. military during World War I.

Like the Model T, the Model TT was easy to operate, reliable, and affordable. It played a significant role in the growth of the American economy by enabling small businesses to move goods efficiently and cost-effectively. By the end of its production run, over 1.3 million Model TTs were produced.

2,896cc water cooled inline four cylinder engine. Photos taken at the Glion Museum.

By John Scott

I was born at a very young age.

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