Looks like a 1913 Canadian car with 23" front wheels.
The hood is open. Bet there's a manifold cooker under there.
David, the photo is on the State Library of South Australia site. I posted it a while ago too.
You can find it here-
Well done Dane.
Look at the radiator tank!
We had a discussion a couple years ago about the Aussie special oversize radiator tanks. Seems like a really good idea, bet it worked well.
I agree with David -- based on the slant of the windshield I also believe it is a 1913 model year car. Also agree it is Canadian based on tire/wheel size and location.
Note that it also has the "colonial radiator" with the extra water capacity at the top. You can see how it extends aft more than the standard radiator upper tanks.
Peter Kable published an article with photos in the May-Jun 1982 VF pg 47 of that radiator that was supplied by Ford of Canada for export. The photo below is from that article (used by permission).
Compare that to the standard upper tank from the e-bay auction:
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I wonder if they all rode in the car together?
Bill, I bet it would look something like this.
Jay, I counted twenty one, including the face inside the rear window.
Keep on sending those pictures.
Bill the face in the rear window makes 22. Scott
Could be problematic if they all had beans for lunch.
I see 6 on or around the hood, 6 in the front seat, 6 in the back seat, 2 on the trunk, and 1 in the rear window. Where's number 22?
There were 8 having lunch. I wonder if they had two cars?
There's a 7th person in the back seat... elbow on the ground, face near the rocker panel, looking down with hair covering her right eye.