Ford Model T was used for much more than driving. Old photos show how.

Model Ts were easily converted to handle many tasks, but one of the most unique was the snowmobile conversion kit. Lumber companies in particular appreciated the added traction in the snow.

Ford Motor Co. did much more than sell cars to drivers needing to get from point A to point B.

The Detroit automaker also saw a market for creating vehicles for businesses and other uses.

From hauling livestock to maintaining street lights, the Model T could be fashioned for almost any purpose.

More than 15 million Model Ts were sold between the vehicle’s 1908 debut and the end of its production in 1927, according to Ford.

Here’s how some of these early autos were used.

Detroit Free Press is part of the USA TODAY Network.