cool things with wheels since 2006
Gif... Model "T"ishYour other photo is of an Model A roadster... The Model T was produced only until 1927, then the A came online about 6 months later...
It is a Ford T. Maybe 1925? I am not expert on the detail year differences. Easily distinguished from the A in your other photo by the lack of front brakes.
It a mid 1920's Model T Ford. There were no 1929 Model T's, discontinued in 1927.
The last model T was 1927. Yes, upper pic is a T. Lower pic is a '28 or '29 model A.
The last Model-T was in 1927.Model-As were 1928, 29, 30,and 31.My guess is the Model-A, at the bottom, is a 1929.
All right, you guys dog piled on my Model T vs A mistake... so, what year is the inflato car?
Jesse, don't know what year the old Ford is, and to those purest I say I really don't care. What interest me more is how the stop action camera work and the construction of the old car are done. Wow! that took some real work to create that scene.
It certainly is impressive! I think they used cloth or rubber to begin with, and rolled then reversed the film.
I bought it until the body was done, but the fenders, wheels, windshield, and headlights, no way.
then my joke only worked on you, and only a little bit. Pity, it would have been a bit fun to get someone to believe in the Inflato. Darn it, I should have held onto that until April Fools day before posting! And I should have used Dow, not 3M
Thanks for this post! Really well done!