Looks like KW brand early front shocks to me.
Must have tired of polishing before finishing the generator tank.
It looks like an early '14. Note the '13 hand crank, and it appears to have '13 front fenders too. I wonder what happened to the horn bulb?
The driver sure takes his driving seriously.
The Ford script pennant attached to the folded top bows (besides the top boot) would sort of indicate that the top is not put up too often! Don't think I've ever seen that done before.
The generator tank has peeling paint. Like all 1914 Model T's, the generator tank on this car was painted black, so there would be no reason to polish it.
Front fenders with bills were used late in the 1914 model year. The type shown here was most typical for 1914 model year.
Royce, some people polish their paint.
If that was your wife sitting next to you, you'd be a serious driver, too!
I'd take the dog and the boy, and leave her home!
Thanks for the picture, Jay!
: ^ )
Driver looks like Tom Selleck "Quigley"