Whose going to argue with her? I've always said, usually concerning old movies, that is she looks good in black & white she must have been a knockout in color. (or real life)!
I think I have that hood.
My wife would have to kick her off my car! I couldn't do it!
Why is it when I park my Model T's that I don't get a pretty girl sitting on the hood all I get is some snot nosed kid climbing on it!
My grandmother was born in 1876 and she said when WWI was over a hussy rode down the street astride a Model T Ford hood with one leg on each front fender while drinking from a bottle of booze and that was in Salt Lake City.
Look, the guy that owned it had to put the big beehive Hasslers on it, because of all the bouncing the car would do when they got down in the back seat!
Probably the most expensive accessory ever devised for the T.
Arthur Mullins used to "load test" the bonnet on his 1912. Check this photo out from 1940 before enlistment in the RAAF. The Mullins had a farm on the Eyre Peninsula and the old Ford was just a work horse.
Arthur is now 99, the Ford #109657 is now 101 and I once again had the privilege of sitting with my dear friend Arthur last Wednesday night at the Veteran Car Club of South Australia's general meeting.