100 Year Old Ford Model T Showing That Body Flex

If you’re even remotely familiar with the off-roading scene, you know that “flex” is a commonly used term to describe how much suspension travel a vehicle has.

While normally, it is used to describe Jeeps, lifted trucks, and others of the like, this time, we check out a car that’s flexing hard and it’s a little bit different than what we’re used to.

When a 1916 Ford Model T hops up on the RTI, a machine used to measure flex, it actually does way better than we would have ever guessed, scoring a 1040 while it reaches down low and touches its toes.

Check out the video below that shows off how much suspension flex such an old car really is capable of and tell us if you were as surprised as we were.



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