Bummer - appears to be a Centerdoor !
The man on the right appears to have a bandage or splint on his right wrist. I'm not sure about the left hand. I wonder if those men were in the car and if so, very minor injuries!
Hit a streetcar maybe? Huge amount of destruction.
Looks a bit odd with both right tires missing, Not sure how the impact could have caused that.
Looks to me he rolled it somehow. Or drove it off an embankment. I have a 24 Coupe and I wonder what it would take to do mine that way! T's are fairly fragile so it wouldn't take a whole lot in my estimation!
Looks like it was taken in central California. Notice the water tower.
It would be nice if all the old photos were like this. It's so easy to see this is a '19 to '22 car.
I would guess the right demountable rims were removed as the bolts appear to still be on the wheels. The left front tire also looks funny. From the degree of twist of the frame and position of the body, I also suspect it rolled or was pushed over hard.
Mr. Tomaso, I believe you mean it "was" a centerdoor.
You can hardly call it a centerdoor now.
In a centerdoor crash, how would one decide on whether to rescue the front or rear seat passengers first? Flip a coin I guess.