What is in back of the horn? It looks like it may have the same kind of windshield that the '09 roadster has posted recently.
I wonder if that is an electric/mag assist? I've seen period advertising for them.
My 11 had a mag sounder on it when I sold it...Pat Date was 1907.
Check out the poorly fitting side curtains. The car is quite clean, & that makes me think it's still pretty new, but then why do the side curtains
look so out of place for a newer car?
Maybe it is because they should be behind the top sockets not over them.
Keith, they're not properly fitted - they're supposed to cover where the rear doors sits on a touring too. Looks like they're lying in bundles in the rear seat just hanging by the two rear upper fasteners. When in place the rear part would stretch and fit better, I'd think. Maybe the rearmost isinglass window is missing on the LH curtain?
Thanks, Val & Roger.
Another thing, it looks like it doesn't have rear doors, although the woman is mostly blocking the door area. Do you suppose it's a Tourabout?
Does it also have same size tires on both front and rear? Looks like it to me.
It certainly looks like a Tourabout. I don't see a rear door and I doubt they would have removed the doors for some reason. Hard to tell if the front and rear wheels are the same size but it sure looks like it.
Same size wheels would indicate Canadian production. According to these records Tourabouts were also called Surrey in Canada and only available in 1909 in gray (plus red and green):