Beautiful solid brass, quarter scale, 1912 Model T Ford. It took more than 14 years to build. The engine is a 4 cylinder gasoline. The Seat is pleated leather, the parking lights and tail lights are kerosine and the headlights were disigned to work off the carbide generator on the running board. Every part was made by hand. The wood for the steering wheel and the wheels came from a school house desk that was made about 1912. You can see more of this car at Listoy.com
Offered by The Conger Street Clock Museum of Eugene, Oregon.