This 1931 Model A Cabriolet was modified in 1941 for winter mail delivery duty in Montana.
It has a truck differential and custom fenders to accommodate the 24″ tractor tires.
Do rural mail carriers really need to use something like this during Montana winters?
The postman would be up so high he would need to get out of the car at each mailbox.
The vehicle photos above were found at Barn Finds
Could this be the first ‘Big Foot’ car?