I can't sat it is a Model T for sure.
He was told to stop texting and driving. See what happened! Kids never listen.
Anybody have a spare pair of fresh shorts for the guy in isle two...
He should have stayed with the horse and bogie, at least the horse would have known where was going. Grin
You reckon they were called 'covered bridges' back in the day? Or just 'bridges'?
They were called "Kissin' Bridges" in rural Nebraska, where they didn't have a Blueberry Hill, and a parked car could be seen for a long ways, except in the bridge.
I don't think this was an accident. He was low on gas and was backing up the hill.
Appears to be a 1917 or later Model T.
IT is highly likely he was going to fast,got to the Bridge and someone else was on it. He couldn't stop soon enough and chose the side.
I'm thinking the car is not a Ford. The rear springs look to be 3/4 elliptic. The splash apron looks to have a sharper curve than a T. Looks like both windshield halves flip up. Possibly a Maxwell but many cars looked similar from the side.
The car is a 1914 Studebaker 4.
I've heard of Chrysler Corp's "slant six",....that must be a Studebaker "Slant Four"! I know,......(groan....)....sorry.....