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1923 Ford Model T Landaulet

1923 Ford Model T in The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles, TV Series, 1992-1993 IMDB Ep. Ch.07

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: UK

1923 Ford Model T Landaulet

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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nzcarnerd NZ

2007-09-12 06:02

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English-built Ford T landaulet - date early 1920s?.

pilou BE

2007-09-12 10:49

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1923-1924

wickey SK

2008-03-21 17:50

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OR1900 - currently a Ford Fusion Zetec Climate Tdci (5 Door Hatchback).

wickey SK

2008-12-25 19:41

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scene reused in Chapter 18.

Gamer DE

2019-02-14 19:07

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1917 as that was the only year for the Town Car (as it is called) body on the All Blacks. Unless the Isles got additional bodystyles?

dsl SX

2019-02-16 21:06

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OR 1900 was a Hampshire issue, Oct 1922 to Jan 1926. There were several non-factory T conversions from different English workshops - names I've seen mentioned include Aeroford, Crewford, Bishop, Goodyear, Maiflower, Whitehead. No real info but a hint that a lot were sporty. This has a taxi smell, maybe similar to the mid-20s Austins??

johnfromstaffs EN

2019-02-16 22:07

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Gamer wrote Unless the Isles got additional bodystyles?


Ford built the T here in their Trafford Park, Manchester, factory from 1911. Local coachwork was available and this example certainly has possibilities as a taxi. It has always puzzled me that the T did not break into the London taxi market, since it was cheap, rugged and universally available, but the dead hand of the London taxi office and the large engine capacity resulting in high annual road tax wouldn’t help.

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