Most of the early Model T Fords came into New Zealand in packing cases from Canada, shipped, one per box.
Often, the boxes would be delivered from the ship on a dray pulled by horses. To assemble them was quite simple, and often done on the street. Remove the top and sides of the case; jack up the axles, fit the wheels, windscreen, and hood, put in some petrol, crank the car into life, and drive away.
The used boxes became a side line industry, many converted to out buildings and some to holiday houses