Wonder what that is on the Running Board of the 1912 Torpedo (a Dog?)
Nice 1912 torpedo with the one piece firewall. Don, I believe the dog on the running board moved while the photo was being taken.
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The town of Byars (not far from Chickasha) looked a lot better in 1913 than it does today. There is a neat 1902 iron bridge nearby that would be a great place to photograph a Model T.
That boarded up Chevy garage looks like it could be at the left end of the row of stores towards the right side of the picture. What a shame the town went to crap like that. The bridge doesn't look much better.
i think the bridge looks great! and i'd take the old garage too
Tim I believe you're correct. It's interesting to see a building that age that yet appears to be in fairly good shape yet.
I dislike graffiti, but at least its somebody professing his love to his sweetheart instead of the gang scribble I see around here. He should have done it in john deere green.
As I have traveled the country for many years looking for brass era cars, I have often lusted over defunct dealerships of many years past.
Why is it these incredible buildings are located so far from where they are feasible to own and use?
How cool is that. Royce you have a picture of the same building in the 1913 street scene.