Here is a perfect pair of photos to put a smile on your face for the weekend. Over the long run of the Model “T” Ford, produced between the years of 1909 and 1927, at some point or another the car was used for just about any purpose imaginable including fun. It was popular with the Hal Roach film studio for use by Laurel and Hardy in films and was the constant brunt of many jokes, including one that you could go anywhere in one except in society.
They were also popular with builders for an eye-catching display of their handy work. The photo above shows a Pacific Homes Ready Cut display house that advertised their kit homes, and was built upon a 1924 or 1925 Ford chassis. Pacific was located in Los Angeles, California at 1330 South Hill Street. Starting in 1930 the company began building laminated surfboards, which eventually replaced the house kits just before World War II. The 1926 photo is from the
Above is seen a house and porch built on a 1913 or 1914 Model “T” Ford chassis by H. Alton Bacon Contractor and Builder. The photo was taken during a centennial celebration in Woodstock, Maine in 1915 (see the comments below). The photo is from the Model “T” Ford Club of America forum, were you can learn all there is to know about the car at the