Chitty Chitty Bang Bang before it grew wings.
It looks like an air cooled Franklin to me.
How about a Brewster?
I'm with Richard, looks like a Franklin.
I was thinking National.
Not sure of year but looks like the barrel radiator air cooled Franklin as Richard stated. If you can get a better look at the hubcap I think it says Franklin on it. I had a 25 Franklin and the hubcaps had similar scripts for years. I think this is sometime from about 1908 to the teens era. I do not have my books here so going on what memory I have left ...
I think Models D, G and H had the barrel nose. I painted this from a HCCA photo a few years ago and thought it was a 1908 Model H. I can't find any pictures with that curved style of firewall.
Fun to see that photo. Great expressions (or lack of same).
known as a "barrel hood" franklin
Richard, that fellow in the passenger seat looks suspiciously like "Boss" Tweed. <grin>
1907 Franklin Model D.
Another photo taken on a different date of that same car at the location was posted in an earlier thread.
Well don't I look silly?
Why? are you wearing a flashing lights Christmas tie on Thanksgiving?
Thanks for posting the first photo. And thanks to those that posted following photos and comments.
You guys are one of the main things I am thankful for this day.
Do drive carefully, and enjoy! W2
Herb, here is a picture of a 1904 National. The front is round like the Franklin, but it has a radiator rather than a "screen" front.
It even has the rounded dash similar to the Franklin.
I feel less silly.
Wayne I guess I'll put my flashing lights tie away too.
How quickly we forget. At my age it's new to me each time I see it. Keep 'em comin' Herb. I always enjoy them.