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I noticed that ICM has a lot of Model T kits besides ambulances, but evidently meant for Australians.  But I should think that some right-hand drive ones would appear in Europe as well, certainly for British forces there?



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The Model T tourer and patrol car kits from ICM are 'right hand drive', hardly surprising as the Australians drive on the left (like all right thinking countries).

It's a while since I looked at one, but I think Model T's had a fairly simple dash board, with the speedo in the centre.

The only thing to watch with all the ICM kits I have seen is that the rounder bonnet provided says that it's a post-1917 car, before that they had a five (flat) sided bonnet.

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jch_in_uk wrote:

The Model T tourer and patrol car kits from ICM are 'right hand drive', hardly surprising as the Australians drive on the left (like all right thinking countries).

It's a while since I looked at one, but I think Model T's had a fairly simple dash board, with the speedo in the centre.

The only thing to watch with all the ICM kits I have seen is that the rounder bonnet provided says that it's a post-1917 car, before that they had a five (flat) sided bonnet.

jh


 I get the idea, as the British did too.  You'd think that they'd have right-hand drive Model T's available in their country.

Ironically I had thought Henry Ford objected to his use of his products for war purposes.  Of course he probably had no choice in the matter.



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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ford_3-Ton_M1918

Don't see much signs of objection here!



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