The three photos all bear the same title- "Group of women and children with automobile."
Photos from the State Library of Victoria.
Wow, never seen a coachwork like this before. What a beauty. Bonza find Dane.
WOW !!! That car could be earlier than it looks.
Has it got the small hub flange as a 1910 ?
This ''T'' is a N.S.W. Lismore region local car .Was sent from Sydney for a local field rep. to use .
It has similarities to the above but not the same
I'd say 1910. It has 1909-10 fenders and a notched hood former, but the 1911 style radiator introduced in later 1910. Whatever it is, its a fascinating colonial body. Thanks Dane.
Clearly a very rear picture of some coachwork we have not seen before. Interesting the selection of English style Dietz sidelamps, headlamps and carbide generator. Thanks Dane for posting. Who is coming to the Barossa National T Rally next week?
If you sit back three feet from your screen, cross your eyes, and look at both pictures at once, zoom in and out . . . . you will see them in stereo. Thanks for posting the pictures of a very old Model T in OZ
The plate behind the door at the bottom, is this last photo a Steenbohm?