That is a sweet speedster. They don't look very old I'm sure they are being impressed by a brother or one of his friends.
I wouldn't mind owning that Speedster.
I agree Bernard; I've bought a lot of cars in my younger days, for a lot less than just what that set of wire wheels and hubs would be worth today!
It looks like a pre 1926 Faultless Runabout without the aluminum step plate. A 26 or a 27 would have the gas cap in the cowl under what would look like an air scoop as in the factory photograph. Here is a factory picture below of a late Faultless. This one has the coveted screen filled grill in the radiator shell and not just the Ford or Whippet shell that most folks used.
It is confusing because Faultless sold the rights to build the body to another company and they sold it as a Bull Dog. The grill being only slightly different and the Bull Dog emblem in the lower right corner of the radiator.
I did the surface development drawings for the shell and they are available if anyone is interested because we have the buck. Se picture at the bottom of this stack.
Below the first picture is mine with a Whippet shell and the up-side-down front cross member and no aluminum step plate because those two step plates cost an extra $4.35 a pair.