Great photos Jay, but why is everyone wearing a hat?
Spectators and funny hats
Everyone wore a hat or cap in those days. Wearing a hat or cap was as common as wearing shoes or boots.
What else are you supposed to do with a hat but wear it?
A near new 1913. White/gray smooth tires (note how clean they are). Right hand head light is slanted up. The side lights look as if they are Brown number 85, which were not as common as the number 110.
seems like the filler neck is already tipped back.
I think the photographer did something to attract his attention, as both the head and neck are turned toward the camera.
sidelights look like plain old j-b 110 s to me. charley
There are several very interesting or rather clearly shown features on this 1913. The photo is high resolution and has great detail.
1. It appears to have the very early lip on the front fenders.
2. It also seems to have a "Flat" top on the steering gear box. It is not cone shaped.
3. The wheels are pin striped. Rim and spoke.
4. The flare at the rear of the splash apron is clearly shown.
5. Speedometer cable hanging rather low.
I can increase the photo to 400% so others can probably see better than I can.
Ken in Texas
There also seems to be a painted "dot" on each hub bolt.
Some, but not all '13a had a lipped fender, but even with the rest of the fender. Next, the car is left hand drive. Most '13s need a support for the speedometer cable.