Wow. So how many sets of those do you have Jay?
Electric lights and horn! Solid rubber tires and they still have a spare?
Mark - It's kinda like wearing a belt and suspenders!
It's truly a T - observe the dripping under the car. I wonder if those wheels actually made a noticeable difference in the ride???
All that stuff and still a '14
I think it's a '12 14's didn't have removable forward doors.
I don't know the brand name but Dennis Newman from Clio Mi used to have a set that had no straight spokes only the spiral.Whatever the make i think they were the same as a set pictured in Tin Lizzie by Stern.Bud.
I agree it's a 12:strait up windshield; windshield support rods down to frame front, eyebrow front fenders and removable front doors. I passed up a set of those wheels about 40 years ago on a frame converted to a farm wagon. The barn it was in is gone now so no idea what happened to them. Sure wish I had hauled home some of the stuff I found when I was younger. But, no more room as is. :-) I bet the car rode like the "Betty Boop" cartoon car from the thirties (just needs eyelashes on the headlights! I wonder how safe those wheels were. Seems like on rough roads there would be some side flex to the springs. Might be a little "loose" to steer. I think I'd stay with wood spokes.
Great photo and car ! I wonder how long it sat in that spot for the photo shoot as there is a "tattle-tale" under the crankcase ?
Deja Vu -
There's a higher resolution photo in this thread from 2011:
Is that a normal crank case under there? Looks like it has a weird shape just above the "tea cup" area like perhaps it is round and might hold a lot more oil.
Neat photo Terry!
Dan, Nope don't have a set of Edward Scissor Hand wheels..........Yet. :-)
Lots of designs with the same idea existed in the teens:
The hubs look like they do not fit tightly but slide a little.