Model T 1917 Ambulance | Scale Model in 1:35 scale
One of the most numerous and famous cars in the world’s history was the Model T produced by the Ford Motor Company. In 1917 – it was a base for the ambulance. Its light weight made it well-suited for use on the muddy and shell-torn roads in forward combat areas. By November 1918, 4362 Model T ambulances had been shipped overseas. It was also the most common ambulance used by the Allies during the war.
A very accurate model of a American WW1 ambulance car, which was made for a customer from Canada.
Model prototype: Model T 1917 Ambulance, 625 SSU A.E.F., France, 1918.
|Client||Frank B. (Canada)|
|Modeller||Deniss Ignatjev (Estonia)|
|Model dimensions (L X W)||13 x 6 cm|
Took a while to get here, but worth the wait. Great workmanship; good communication. Many thanks.