Mary and I visited a museum and found this picture of a Model t ford in the snow in 1927 through the Tennessee pass. Sorry for the glare of the lights in the room. The machine was used to remove snow.
Sorry to disappoint you Frank but that looks like a 20's Chevrolet.
you are correct. I am half blind and can't see out of the other eye. Their sign said that these were Model T Pictures and I am a believer, sorry Perhaps they were Model T era pictures. But the Milk wagon has a Ford rolling chassis ;~)
That little emblem on the radiator makes me think its a Dodge, Don.
Looks more like a Dodge Bros. to me.
I don't think the headlight shape and location looks Chevrolet.
That bar across the radiator makes me think Dodge.
The emblem at the top with the words Dodge Brothers on it does not influence me a bit.
My dad often used to say that he was "blind in one eye, and couldn't see out of the other". He really was blind in one eye. It was from a dynamite accident. How many people do you know that can say that?
Dodge. Late '10s.
Great photo! Thank you Frank H!
Drive carefully, and enjoy, W2
It is a Dodge with those headlamps up there. I was too quick to say I was wrong, well, I was wrong but not the only one.
The lack of a transverse front spring, the radiator shape, the headlights all gave it away to me.
Wayne, I only use one eye at a time, so I AM "blind in one eye"--it's just not always the same eye! Yes, looks like a DB around 1918 I think.
DB's don't need horns, as the radiator proclaims, "Dodge, Bro!"