While I was leafing through a book titled "Chauvel of the Light Horse" by Alec Hill yesterday, I came across this photo of a T staff car, circa 1917/18.
It was of interest because of the limit straps on the rear axle. Although I've seen photos of quite a few WW1 Ts, I'd not seen any of these in use before.
BTW, do you think Cox knew there was a photographer in the vicinity ?
If the photo is not posed, I would say the General knows he is be photographed. If you blow up the pic he is staring right at the camera.
RHD with an English civilian registration no painted on the body.
These Model T Light Cars, which were in use by the British and Empire armies during WW1, all came from the Manchester factory, so they were a mirror image of the equivalent US produced vehicle.
The LC 1357 (LC = Light Car) number was the military registration - although it's a little obscured, there is a broad arrow between the LC and the number