Tin Lizzie as the Model T was called, changed the way Americans live and go to work. It broke all records as the first peoples car.
From 1908 until 1927, Ford Motor Company made over 15 million cars. When they started selling first they sold for $850 and realising its potential, they dropped the prices to $285 in 1927. At one time, nearly 40% of the car sales in USA was this model.
The Ford Model T Touring version featured in several Laurel & Hardy movies – Big Business & Perfect Day (1929) and also in Hog Wild (1930). Englishman Stan Laurel and his partner, American Oliver Hardy with their comedy genre made this model of Ford more popular.
Both remained in contact as best friends until Oliver Hardy who passed away in 1957.
|- Premium collectible|
|- Licensed product|
|- Material: ZAMAC (zinc alloy), Rubber and Plastic|
|- Non-opening model|
|- Figurines of Laurel & Hardy included|
|Box Dimension (in inches)||11 x 5 x 5|