The first Ford truck (the third vehicle to be built by Henry Ford) was produced in 1900.
Model T trucks had been produced using the same chassis as the Model T car. Production of complete Model T trucks started in 1918, with 3 produced that year.
Between 1918 and 1927 over 1.6 million Model T trucks were produced by Ford in the USA.
Trucks represented about 11% of all Model T vehicles produced by Ford in the USA and an even greater percentage in Great Britain. In addition Ford sold Model T truck chassis; chassis’ which were later converted into trucks of various types.
Over the years Model T chassis’ were used to produce Fire Tenders, School Buses, Buses, Milk Wagons, Grocery Trucks, Delivery Trucks, Petrol Bowsers and others.