What a crackerjack photo of a Canadian 1911, beautiful detail!!
I don't say this often enough
Great Photo Herb!!!!!!!!
Little did those men know that we would be looking at them in this picture over a hundred years later.
Nice pic Herb.
Keep them coming.
Yet another photo with a folded screen, supporting my contention that people drove these cars at horse drawn speed back then. Drive at the speed we do now and those hats would be lost overboard!
I like that one very much too. Always love your pictures Herb.
Early 1911 too, it still has a brass plated hand brake and non-tapered rear axle hubs.
I thought the brake handle looked plated, but wasn't sure.
Is this an original photo out of your collection or something you found surfing the inter-web?
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What a great photo. You can see several different reflections in the shinny paint from the windshield support rods in the hood to the carbide generator in the splash shield. A very clean car for the day and a very solid road.
Poor cat or whatever he just ran over lol!
Royce, is that the bulge in the valence and not tapered?