The Duro Paint Company Demonstrating its Product: Duro was located in Los Angeles during the roaring twenties and we have a feature on the company
today filled with interesting photos. Included are an airplane used for advertising in the sky above the city, a Lincoln and a Model "T" Ford.
See much more @ http://theoldmotor.com/?p=121957
I'm sure glad we don't have to dress up in suits all the time these days!! I don't even intend to wear one to my own funeral!! Nice pics Dave.
Interesting grille bars on that T, they must have planned to do some off-roading through the brush.
What is that other car??
I believe the accessory radiator shell with the bars was called a "Baby Lincoln" shell and was advertised in early auto parts catalogs.
The photos were taken in 1924 and the other car is an early Lincoln.
Note the accessory headlights and the lowered front spring in addition to the radiator shell on the Ford, it appears to be a coupe??
Many more photos and all the details are @ http://theoldmotor.com/?p=121957
I wish I had seen that picture when I was building my Coupe. That is great detail of the windshield.