Looks like a 1912 Gentlemans Roadster, round tank and small doors. No windshield! I would like that today.
I guess snow chains also work for muddy roads
I’m not familiar with a model called the “Gentlemans Roadster.” But if you had additional information about it, I would like to know more.
If the car has not been altered with the exception of removing the windshield, I’m 99.9% sure it is a 1911 model year Torpedo Roadster. Ref: http://www.mtfca.com/encyclo/1911.htm and see also: “State of the Torpedo Report II “ [ http://oz.plymouth.edu/~trentb/ModelT/Torpedo2/TorJune16Y2K.html -- shows door open and similar shape to door in the photo.
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Ford called that car a Torpedo Runabout.