For me, the T's profile was always the archetypical vintage car.
Damn, look at it go off-road!
I don't recall seeing one in real life, but I have actually once sand-blasted the sheets for a Model A, the outer covering. If you try that with the paper-thin plates of a modern car, you will buckle them severely. In fact, just a few stray sand grains will dent the sheets visibly, I've done that too. (Sand-blasting is a very forceful process, and tough to control precisely.)
By the way, interesting tidbit: assembly line production was clearly an economic and industrial revolution. But then again I did hear that the Swedish high-end camera manufacturer Hasselblad at one point went from an assembly line style production back to one person doing much more different work on a single camera. And they found that the number of mistakes being made dropped. I guess that was about lessening the feeling of pressure on the speed of production, and raising the feeling of individual responsibility and pride in the work.