The 1925 Ford TT School Bus was a popular form of transportation for students during the 1920s. It was a functional and reliable mode of transportation that enabled students to travel to and from school in comfort and safety. The Ford TT model was one of the most popular school buses of its time, and it was known for its durability and long-lasting performance.
The body of the bus was made of wood and metal, and it featured a flatbed for students to sit on. Most of the buses had wooden bench seats, and some even had built-in desks for students to use. The buses were powered by a four-cylinder engine that provided plenty of power to navigate through the country roads and small towns where many schools were located. Despite its popularity, the Ford TT School Bus was eventually replaced by newer, more modern models in the 1940s and 1950s. However, it remains an iconic symbol of a simpler time in American history.
Building the School Bus
Model T Olympics (2022)
Seguin Christmas Parade (2022)
Battle of the Flowers Parade (2023)
Attending Model T Driving School at the Second Annual Model T Olympics (2023)