What year is this car?

Asked by Sep 01, 2013 at 06:09 PM about the Ford Model T

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Hi, my grandfather was a Chauffeur from 1913 to 1923.  This is a photo of him behind the wheel.  Can anyone tell me what year and model this car was?  Thanks in advance.

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96,725

It looks like a 1921 Model T Touring car with the top removed.

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Thanks Tennisshoes. What makes it look like a 21? I'm just learning. Do you think this is the kind of car a wealthy guy would have owned and had a driver for? Or is this an everyday guy's car which might mean it was my grandfather's?

96,725

It matched a picture my Dad had of a 21 that his Dad owned and drove. At that time they were a little expensive for the times but the average guy could still afford one if he watched his pennies.

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Could be a 1912 to 1925 model T Touring car Henry did not do annual model changes then hard to tell the year from the picture. ofc latest possibility if picture was 1923 would ofc be 1923

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