Are they Maxwells?
I believe the car at the far right is a Winton.
Car at far left may be a Mitchell.
The middle car appears to be a 2 cylinder Yale. approx. 1904. I agree with Erik as I have that same radiator hanging on my wall with Mitchell script pressed in the front tank. The Winton is a 4 cylinder 1904 similar to the one Ross Bulie owned in California some years back.
Tom and Huck in the background, guess they mislaid their poles and pipe.
I would have guessed Tourist on the center one.
Sticking my neck out a bit. Could the middle one be a Tourist? Distinctive radiator surround. They were built in Los Angeles for only a few years, and most were sold in California when new.
Great photo. I would love to have any of them.
Drive carefully, and enjoy, W2
Richard and Wayne,
I think you guys nailed it on the Tourist.
There's a gent that shows up every year to the Holiday Motor Excursion in Pasadena, driving a Tourist.
Richard. If you haven't already, you and the wife really need to come out for that one of these years. I work with a gal that might put you guys up for free for the weekend while you're here.
Thanks mike. Joy and I were there in 1982 and saw the Excursion off from the parking lot and caught up with them again at Eastwood's. Great gathering, wonderful folks and very nice cars. I had the pleasure of touring with some of those folks in the 80's. I miss them. We really should do that again but the Holidays get pretty bust here.
These were all California cars probably with new owners now. The green one and the white one were 1906 I believe. The maroon one was a 1902 and was supposed to belong to the Los Angeles Museum now.
I stand corrected, gentlemen.