fenders, too. My guess is 1915. The bottom of the Ford radiator is visible.
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For being a fairly new car even the 15 behind it has had some changes. Note the back windows in the top.
I have that hood& rad shell on the shelf, you still use the wooden shelf and hood hooks. I will use this on my 15 chain drive gas truck with all the other junk I can get on it.charley
I'm not too wild about using the American flag as a top boot...seems a wee bit disrespectful somehow..."Offical Car" or not.
I hear ya... But "back in the day" men were "patriots" and patriots are few and far between today.
It's not necessarily a flag. Blue bunting with stars (and no stripes) was popular in the day. You'd see it draped along a lot of porch rails.
I'm thinking the same thing as Warren. Most likely bunting. Dave
i agree; however it is important to remember that the US didnt have a flag code or a standardized way of displaying the flag until 1942. Keep in mind this was right after Dec. 7th so everyone was patriotic. Even if this is a real flag, im sure this fella wasnt trying to be disrespectful.
Id also like to say how its a shame proper flag treatment is not taught today in schools... or at least when i was in which wasn't very long ago (im only 23)
p.s. im a patriot
the steel wheeled wagon in tow had to make for a bumpy ride
Charley Shaver, Does your radiator shell have the badge on it like in the photo? if so what does it say?
This appears to be the same accessory that was used on the Robin's motor home. (see Feb 20 2.?? pm 2014 forum posting)
peter! I do not have the or rad shell. I have another oddball shell. but my hood is the same. the ones in the pixs are the same. charley