Do you think those were child size over alls, or small adult ones with the legs rolled up?
Looks like 'kids' size but they bought a larger size so they would last until he wore them out. There are a lot of nice details in this photo. the Hassler ad, upper right, The inner tube hanging on the fire extinguisher, and the E&J lamp on the bench on the left.
Great find Erich.
If you enlarge the picture you can also see the kids trike, the reflection of the person taking the picture in the windshield glass, the single bell windup alarm clock hanging on the wall.
Looks like a collection of wishbones too.
What a great photo! That little fellow looks to be about 12 to 18 months old. When do you think the picture was taken ?
Randy Glowacki, Parsippany, NJ
I wish I knew more about this image.
Does it have one clear and one red side light?
I was thinking the same thing about the cowl lights. The way the light is hitting them if both were clear they would look the same.
The head lights look bigger then stock, must be an early 15.
Probably just soot on the RH lense.
I wonder if the dark one is just missing the glass?
I agree with Derek that it's probably soot on the inside of the lens from improper wick adjustment. The left one probably is that way too, but the light reflection makes it look white.
I thought as Erich did that the rim and lens were missing until I compared the two situations simulating some black fabric for the soot. I have sooted up lamps before but never that black.