Loe and Leif, thanks for the visit and your nice comments!
Not to sound smart but I think it's a Ford A In the late '20s and early '30s, the successor to the T precisely.
Well, Gato, perhaps you are smart!!! You certainly would know better than I. I do remember reading something about the A, that it was meant to be a more affordable version by Ford, but it was also less reliable and not very successful in its time. Both of my grandfathers owned As!
Hello dear Diane!
Marvelous green old car with such colorful red wheels!! I like it much!!... :)
Have a nice day, Irina
Hello, Irina, and thank you very much for your comment and Like!
That reliability did not know him, is well know because you never learn too, are recognized by the T model generation (late 20) by the shape of the chrome radiator heart shaped, other than model T body were not closed as the a and later, there was indeed a quantum leap in design from one model to another, but from A to B so no aesthetic difference (although if mechanical). I've never driven a classic car and would love to but I have understood that driving a Ford T is really confusing at first because the controls are completely different from today's car but those who have say that once you've taken confidence in a while at the wheel, it's easy to drive. Oh by the way, I'm not smart, what happens is that I love cars, hehe
You always provide great information, I really appreciate that and thank you for it. :D
Not deserve them, very proud to be useful, that if
Very nice photo, very nice old car!
Many thanks, and hello from the USA!
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