At least the top is not white.
Yes, Erich, that car would be terrible for driving in the snow. It has no chains.
It is a RHD 1912 with early step-side body. It has the one-piece square dash. Note the bent horn is on the right and, although not visible, the carbide generator is probably on the right. It is hard to tell if the door on the left is hinged or not, but I would presume it is. The car looks to be Canadian and the body is probably made by Gray & Sons from Ontario.
It also sports a rare accessory Edison radiator cap...
With tongue firmly planted,
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Erich! How can you say that? I saw a picture of your touring out in the snow. Is the "improved Ford that much better in winter than a '12? ;0,
I was only saying that because it would be invisible to anyone else out driving.
My apologies Erich. I hadn't thought about the light color. Good point.
You don't often see a T with mud flaps. Also looks like the horn has been repositioned above the hood.
Fun picture with the little girl at the wheel.
The little girl has to drive because, apparently, grandmas ghost can't.
Oh, I don't know, a little rope wrapped around the right rear wheel and turn 'er loose.
Would I be wrong in saying it looks like it has US 3" front wheels?
It is RHD as the generator is not on the left. However, I do agree with Kerry the front wheels look 24" rims and not the Canadian 23" rims all round.
Are we looking at a English assembled car?
David, I would love to be able to zoom in on that radiator cap ornament. It looks to be the right size and shape to be an early Victorian Royal automobile Club Badge. I will try and find a picture of one to post. Is so it might be a Victorian car??
By golly Warwick, I think your are right.
I still think it looks like a light bulb tho...
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