This photo hangs on the wall of a local auto insurer. I'd love to get the original and scan it but have to live with just a smartphone shot of it. Can it really be a two-pedal??
The headlights are E&J Model 666 and the pedals are three each. Appears to have 30 X 3 1/2" wheels all around. I think it is a Canadian assembled or US made / British assembled 1911 - 12 touring.
Okay, I had thought it was part of his shoelaces. Keep forgetting to roll the mousewheel while holding down a CTRL button! Good eye Royce!
I thought it was a 1911. Low firewall (could be early '12) no fore doors (could be off). Three bolt front body mount. I am still learning! Thank you, Royce.
Oh! and the top bows did not appear to have the earlier "dog-leg".
Drive carefully, and enjoy, w2
Two pedal cars have unique pedals that stick much higher above the floor boards. Also, the early 1909 body bracket bolts on with two bolts (front mount) and either two or four bolts on the rear mount. Compare with the picture you posted.
Also, look at the position of the door handle on the early 1909 bodies. It is near center of the door than the 1910 and later cars.
check out the oil pan.charley