1915 Ford Brass Model T

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The Windshield in the 1915 Model-T:

The windshield on the 1915 Model-Ts stood upright and is supported by the side lights. The frame is black-painted aluminum on early 1915s and steel on later 1915s. The top windshield can be folded back and then down.

First Year Model-T Had Tread Pattern on Rear Tires

Ford started using the new “no-skid” tires in 1915, but to save money, all branches were to use up the smooth tires first.

Obsolete on Model-Ts by 1915

All the good old stuff like brass radiators, oil lamps, hand cranks, and bulb horns, were mostly gone by the modern year of 1915.

New 1915 Fenders Curve to Follow the Wheel Outline
The 1915 Model-T has the rare distinction of having two slightly variant designs — early ones were the same as the 1914 cars, the later 1915s had a different clamp style. The 1915 front fenders were not crowned. Crowned fenders didn’t show until 1917.

“What we call evil is simply ignorance bumping its head in the dark.” – Henry Ford

Louvers added to the hood of the 1915
By 1915, the horn was mounted inside the hood near the firewall and inside the steering column. Without the louvers, you could honk all you want but no one would hear it. Also of interest, the 1915 hood was made of aluminum It wasn’t until 1916 that the hoods were made of steel.

Scribbled on June 5th 2007 in Ford, Ford Brass
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