Wifey sent me this from faceduck... It a library van (26-27) from Des Moines Ia. Hurry before the hot wind kills the squirrels... It was imported to me as a ZIP file and there doesn't seem to be any programs to change the size, Sorry. ws in TR
No need to resize, Bill. It's only 57 KB.
That parts OK, but as a ZIP file I couldn't make it any bigger. If anyone wants to attempt it feel free; and let me know how ya did it. Wonder if the lady is checking out "The Grapes of Wrath"? Naw... too early!
I see a 26-7 hood in there with 30" tires? ws
I don't see a Ford? Bud.
Is the man on far left Churchill ?
The 26-27 style hood and 30 X 3-1/2 inch tires suggest a non starter improved car. or it could be a starter car with the "standard" 30 inch tires and wheels ... A lot of companies having "fleet" cars bought them as non starters. The logic was that you were hired by them, they were paying you, so you could hand crank that car and save them some money on the fleet. Nice photo ...
Full elliptical springs on the back...
Bigger = fuzzier
Drum headlamps. May be a Chevy.
Theres a model T behind Winnie... Wife emailed this and I never really scrutinized the small pic. Thought I had some competition for Jay in norcal... ws
EXACTLY what I was thinking !!! If that was a Homburg he was holding, I would swear to it!
It looks like Gordon Jump.
It looks a lot more like William Jennings Bryan. But I cannot usually copy photos off the net. Too frustrating for me to play the games. Maybe someone else can find and post a picture.
The truck does look like a Chevy.
Thanks for sharing this.
Drive carefully, and enjoy, W2
That was the name that first came to mind when I saw the photo....William Jennings Bryan, the common man.
I'm sure you're right Jack. See the longitudinal rear leaf spring rather than transverse like a Ford? Not Model T Ford for sure!