Looks like a Runabout to Tourabout conversion.
Covers over the side lamps would make you think they are brass oil lamps but the front headlights look electric.
She looks like the witch from the "Wizard of Oz" movie.
Dennis, she must be that witch, see the tornado forming in the background?
I know it says her name is Marie, but she does kinda look like Margaret Hamilton at that.
Looks like a black painted brass radiator.
Notice the Side Light Covers!
I had mentioned side light covers too and was wondering if that was correct to have oil side lamps and electric headlights, But now Wayne mentioned a brass radiator painted black so it is a brass era car that someone added electric lights to.
I'm also concerned about that giant hot dog sneaking out of the bushes to attack her.
Neat photo. I would guess the rear seat could be removed although on our cut off the one mounted in our pickup bed was nailed in and not easily removed.
The 1915 to early 1926 USA non-starter equipped cars all came with electric headlamps and oil side lamp and tail lamp. Both the 1915 and 1916 had the brass radiator, electric head lamps and oil side lamps. Ref: http://www.mtfca.com/encyclo/1915.htm ; http://www.mtfca.com/encyclo/1916.htm ; and
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I'm thinking 1915-1916 roadster was the donor car. Perhaps the car stayed a while in an Amish or Mennonite community as all the brass is painted black... even the axle caps and the coffin handles on the side of the rear seat-door fillets.
15-16 would have electric lights.
When my T is stored outside I put covers on my cowl lamps to keep the water out if it looks like rain.