Interesting picture, includes a tire boot on the rear tire.
Looks like the guy tied to the running board was out-gunned.
I once drove my T from the Dakotas to Montana. Took about 5 minutes.
Considering they have a Williston, North Dakota pennant on the car I don't think they were too far from home. Probably just going over to Montana to hunt --
Looks like some of Jimmy Hoffa,s friends
Hope they don't stall the car.
Well, now we know how the old timers kept the tires looking nice, even with a boot laced over one of the rears.
They are actually performing a wheel tightning service
Did anyone notice the two guys in the back seat are either twins or the same person? The license plates sure hang low.
Is this an early 13 touring or 14? The reason I ask is that it appears to have the early Jno Brown sidelights with the brass trim around the glass and Jno Brown headlights. Note the door bezels are opposite, booth opening to the outside which was mostly standard for Jno Brown, unlike some of the other standard Ford headlight choices. Also you can see the base of the carbide generator with the high flange mounting base, if my eyes are working right, that would also indicate Jno Brown also.
Its a 1913 Windshield folds forward and the rear door opening goes straight down