At least an NRS Ford there.
as of 2010, a pop of 170 people.
The car next to the NRS looks to be a Model F Ford.
The car on the far left looks like a Model F Buick.
I agree Roger. The bonnet brass piping is really polished up, as are the rest of the brass parts.
left to right, Buick, Flanders, ford. charley
I think Flanders were built right across the street from the Ford F. What i see that looks like F is the shiny brass strip on the angled part of the bonnet,the round brass trim on the bonnet, the horn, steering column, the rein rail on the dash. Also the front axle. On the other hand, the steering wheel looks a little big, and not sure what is hanging down below the radiator opening.
One thing for sure, it's blowing the doors off the model N !
Great picture ! Thanks Herb.
EMFs were built across from Ford. The F stood for Flanders. The Flanders was built in Chelsea, but not until 1910. The middle one isn't 1910 , in my opinion.
I agree about the Buick on the left but I'm still going to stick with my comment about the middle car being a Model F Ford. Note the brass railing above the firewall and the light positions. The radiator and fenders also match a Model F Ford. Here is an F and S side by side. Both cars belong to Dave Dunlavy in Decorah, Iowa.
Thanks for posting Herb. I hope they have improved the street with pavement.
Nice picture, Roger ! Great pair of bookends. Dave is one of the best in the hobby. Dave is a model T guy and editor of the award winning Early Ford Registry newsletter. Best $10 you can spend .
I was "wrong" on Flanders they never were that fancy ,but same shape on the rad. did the f ever use a dipped frt axle? looks like it is, maybe not!!!!!.charley
Great picture but that is not a street...They built their houses next to a plowed field!
'05 Cadillac had a dipped front axle, and was very similar. I still think it is a ford, though.