Check our those accessories on the T: Headlight lenses, fender tie bar, shock absorbers, Motometer, and of course, tire chains.
I wonder if the car stuck in the mud got that way while the two were trying to pass each other on the narrow road or if the T is simply the rescue vehicle.
Maby a copy of this and other pictures of the times and use could explain why 100 years later some of the bolts don't fit? Bud.
Why Bud, whatever could you mean?
I'd say trying to pass what with the high bank on left side. I don't think they stopped for lunch. Looks like northern/upper Michigan 2nd growth timber after they cleaned out the big pines.
Interesting also that all those nice accessories are on a T with still non-demountable wheels and maybe still no starter. I like that radiator cap! And you don't see a lot of photos with the H&D type shock absorbors. I have probably seen over a hundred old photos with Hasslers, but not these.
Great photo again, Jay! Thank you.
Drive carefully, and enjoy, W2
Henry,Nothin i guess except i thought Steve Jeff would say [That's my car!] With a grin-Bud.
I think Dodges had a rear window like the one on the stuck car.