a typical Model T delivered to New Zealand, required some simple assembly before use.



“The cars arrived at the garage packed just as they left the Canadian factory of the Ford Company. Popular opinion is that motor-cars from overseas arrive in Australia in parts, and that these parts have to be unpacked and assembled before the car is ready for use. Instead of this being the case, however, there is very little assembling to be done. Each car body (with engine, axles, steering gear, and lighting plant and fittings, all complete and in place), is boxed up in a packing case of very strong timber”

found in the weekly newsletter from David at http://theoldmotor.com/?p=112013

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