What a revolt'in development!
That 1912 has an accessory cowl.
: ^ )
Been there. Done that.
Drive carefully, and enjoy, W2
Looks a lot like this picture from yesterday Herb........
It sure does. All I can say is Ake has good taste.
The man at the rear of the car looks like Father Guido Sarducchi.
Life's certainties (just 2 of many):
1. A bolt or nut dropped while working on a T will roll under the car to the exact geographic center and stop.
2. A Model T crossing a creek will die in the exact geographic center of the creek...
He's on the wrong side. He should be on the opposite so he can turn the crank with the left hand.
Where else would it quit.
On a steep, slippery, winding, guardless, one lane incline halfway up while climbing out of the Grand Canyon...in a downpour.
I bet this guy traded it in for a starter car in 1919.
Not yesterday but three years ago:
I think I saw it a couple of months ago when it was re-posted and there was speculation that there might be a woman in the back seat, but it is always fun to see these photos no matter how many times they are posted because there are always folks that have not seen them, which elicits new and fresh comments for us to enjoy. Jim Patrick
Hmmmmm, Snow chains, runoff. No wonder he is trying to stay high & dry