I don't believe it! I think the car down in the front is a 1909 or 1910 Fuller model B! I had a 1910. They were unusual in that most of them had a type of solid tire high wheel (mine had era after-market pneumatic on it). The fenders, steering wheel and hood all look correct for the Fuller.
Wayne, Looks like the tornado gave that Fuller the 'Brush'. :-)
Looks like the threshing machine took a "thrashin"
I had the Fuller for about eight years. One of those things, I never did get to drive it. Twice before, I had almost bought a Brush. A couple years before I got the Fuller, I was trying to make a deal for a 1910 Brush, older restoration that needed some repainting. I made the fellow a fair offer, but he just couldn't make up his mind. He had been out of the hobby for several years, and didn't know what the then current market was like. He didn't want much for it but he didn't know what not much was. I showed him ads for Brush autos for sale. Just as I was getting fed up, the Fuller came along. The family had set their price, I said great, paid cash and had it home a week later.
About a year after, the fellow sold his Brush for less than I had said I was willing to pay.
While I was hoping for the Brush, I was dreaming of the day I would take it to an HCCA tour. I would pull up with the truck and trailer, walk over and chat with a few people, then tell them , "Okay, I have to go get the Brush off now".
Have a punderful day! W2