While the Dodge is out in the sun, the T's are relaxing under the trees.
Mr. Gills Dodge paint hasn't fared as well as the paint on the other cars. Even the earlier coupe seems shinier.
I do not think that 1920 date could be right. The Fords look later . . .
It's either 26, 27, or later because that T coupe in the background has 26 - 27 fenders on it.
I hadn't realized that the Screenside Dodge was such a nice looking car!
Looks like it would work for the Dog Catcher, Police paddy wagon, pie delivery, garden service... maybe more useful than a Ford!
One of the guys in our club (Carbon Canyon Model T Ford Club) has a beautiful Dodge Touring and it's really one sweet old machine! It's obviously very well built and designed for it's time (not sure, but I think it's a '21) but that Dodge of Mike Conrad's really runs well and has a very solid look and feel to it that for a production car, really "exudes" quality!
"...maybe more useful than a Ford!"
Terry -- Wash your mouth out with soap!!!
It has to be reliable, to be "useful".