Looks very similar in some ways to an early T, see:
I like the white wall tires on this car...wonder what size they are?
Constantine, the article said the tires were 34/3.5".
Dexster, thanks I missed that. 27" wheels are huge.
Dexter, thanks I missed that. 27" wheels are huge.
The Wolf and Wilcox were built in the same factory (Minnesota I believe)and shared the same parts. There was a Wilcox in Seattle for a number of years. 35 horsepower dual chain drive interesting for the period. The front axle was straight and made from square steel stock.
brasscarguy, it certainly is an interesting and great looking car; best of all though, you're able to say: "I drive a Wolf"
A big bad wolf??
I posted to the editor that while I really enjoyed the article, there were no "before" photos, yet the article talked about that part a lot.