Not a Ford but of the era.
They'ed make Dolly proud.
looks like a dodge brothers 1919-21
Just as I thought!
Not of the era but this one is a Ford!
My uncle, Lester Parker, and his stepson Herman Roach, around 1920. Also non-Ford.
The car looks more like a Buick to me.
Sorry, fellers. With some of the recent risque' pretty girl threads that have been posted, I wasn't expecting to see actual "melons". LOL Jim Patrick
I knew what I was going to see but had to look any way.....Just in case ya' know.
Fred's pic reminds me of an old joke: 2 guys get a truck and buy a load of mellons for a buck a piece. they find a good spot and put up a sign: mellons $1 each. They sell out quickly and one guy is counting the money and the other guy asks "How'd we do"? The first guy says "we sold every thing but didn't make any money. We need a bigger truck".
My father-in-law would tell that old joke to anyone who would sit still long enough. He'd laugh like it was the first time he heard it every time.
Dodge Brothers Roadster, actually built from late 1915 (super rare) 'til 1923. Has the silent starter, a generator/starter combo. One of my favorite Roadsters of the time.
One man's melons are ....
Another man's ...... um .... uh .....