Isn't that a cool picture.
Great photo. With the windshield folded forward on 10 of the 11 cars they appear to be a new shipment of 1913 model year cars. The brass and the paint is really shines on the one on the far right.
Thank you for sharing it.
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There is something wrong with the right hand front wheel ( left as looking at it in the photo ) of that last car on the right.
Looks like a loose hub. Maybe just the camera angle?
Looks like the right headlamp mirror is missing, too.
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E.G. Kinley Carriage Factory, located at 424-426 Jackson St, Topeka, KS. Here's an earlier photo:
That right hand end car - the headlight reflector appears when the photo is blown right up, to be sitting in the bottom of the light, facing upward.
The Runabout roof height towers over that of the Touring ????
here's that pic a little larger.
1913 T with odd wheel and missing reflector.docx (197.3 k)
I don't know why paint and word don't talk to them selves...
This was before buildings from the eighties and nineties were "improved" with ugly modern fronts.
Lets try that a different way >>>