Those look like IHC tractor wheels in the foreground of the last picture.
Two Fords in first photo - lower left and at the right just behind the stove.
Quanah, Texas is a small town on US 287 between Wichita Falls and Amarillo. It is named after an Indian Chief, Quanah Parker. There is a very interesting antique/junk shop on the east side of town as you enter from Wichita Falls. My wife and I stopped in on a trip to Amarillo because she likes household antiques. I was pleasantly surprised to see that half of the inside of the building was filled with old car parts, mostly Model T. Outside in the back were frames, front and rear axle assemblies and some sheet metal. It had the biggest selection of antique car parts that I have ever run into in that type of store.
Exceptional photos Herb.
Thank you Richard.
Getting any ideas?
Fordson tractor wheels, radiator, and block on the floor. What is the big touring car?
Quanah Parker was chief of the Comanche tribe. The Comanches were perhaps the most powerful of all native American tribes. I believe that he died in about 1911.
I just Love period garage pictures. I don't care what make of car is featured. They are a real window into the past. Thank you Herb!
The rest of the fordson is to the right, platform framework and formed angle iron cleated rear wheels sticking out at the far right.
Looks like they split the fordson right there.
Above. I posted about an antique/junk shop in Quanah. I am going through Quanah on October 21 on my way to Amarillo. I am taking my camera and will take plenty of pictures if they still have the parts like they used to, and I'll take some money in case I find something that I can't live without.
I remember from my first stop, that they had a KW master vibrator coil for sale. If anyone needs one, I'll see if it has been sold or if it is still available. I'm not interested in it myself, but any 26-27 goodies are likely to come home with me.
First two pictures, converted to greyscale and adjusted brightness and contrast:
Leaving this coming Monday for Amarillo, stopping in Quanah to see if the antique/junk shop still has T parts. I'll take pictures to post if its open for business.
Well, back from my trip. I stopped at said antique/junk store, only to find almost nothing T related, except hundreds of hand tools. Was told almost everything worth using had been bought by one store customer. The only thing, other than the tools that I found was a rusty front crossmember with a pre 26 crankcase support/spring clip and a rusted out four dip pan, still attached.