The Ford Model T remains to this day one of the most popular and versatile cars, and there have existed many versions. Here are two at the California Automobile Museum in Sacramento. In the foreground is a 1921 Model T snowmobile, which has a box body, crawler treads attached to the rear axle, and skids attached to the front axle. In Canada, this conversion was very common, and nicknamed the "Snowflyer." In the background is a 1924 Model TT, a 1-ton truck based on a heavier version of the Model T frame. This particular TT is set up as a flatbed truck carrying fresh produce. These two vehicles demonstrate the versatility of the Ford Model T.