This 1927 Ford Model T Police car marks the halfway point in our Moss Motoring Challenge quest of getting a picture of a vehicle from each one of the 12 decades since the turn of the 20th century. And it is worth 6 points. Something from 1910 to 1919 is worth seven points and anything from the nineteen aughts is worth 10.
Every year in October the small town of Olar in South Carolina hosts a Model T’s festival. Olar has a special connection with Ford Motor Co. because of Henry Ford’s relationship with C.F. Rizer, an Olar native, in the early 1900s. You can read about it in this Charleston newspaper article from 2011.