I could have sworn I typed in Dallas Center.
Herb -- Yes, it appears to be a drop-top '17, quite rare today. It looks to have aftermarket wire wheels on it.
I don't know which is more rare? The drop-top '17 coupelet? Or the wire wheels on a model T Ford before 1920 that was not being driven by Edsel Ford? (He had several)
Great photo again!
Drive carefully, and enjoy, W2
Did 17 coupelet come with portholes? This one doesn't appear to have any.
Picture converted to greyscale, spots removed, and contrast enhanced:
Philip -- Yes, the 17's had porthole windows in the top. They're difficult to see in this pic, but I think they're there. I enlarged the pic as much as my computer would let me and they're pretty blurry, but I think they're there.
Of course it's possible that a non-windowed '15 was "updated" with a '17 radiator and hood, which was often done "back in the day." But folks who did that usually didn't swap out the fenders too. This car has the later fenders.
Mark thank you for cleaning up the picture!
You're welcome, Herb. I use a program called Corel Paint Shop Pro, it's pretty handy for such things.
That is most definitely a Coupelet and it is gorgeous and I want one and it does not appear to have port holes but that's ok because the early ones did not have port holes!). John