Here is a photo of my great uncle who lived near Royal Oak, Michigan. I was just curious as to the year.
I would say 1917 to 1919 or whenever they went to the lower wishbone.
I agree on the vintage of the car. But it's certainly not new, so the photo could be considerably later.
that's a wishbone brace on the bottom. buy the way the password works every time now thanks.charley
Although it has an earlier front end including the spring to frame clamps, the car appears to have a 1924/25 high radiator.
Are you sure the photo was taken in Michigan? The plate does not look like a Michigan plate from the teens or twenties because of the slanted lettering (?) on the left hand side.
That could be a home made car or even a truck made with various parts. No fenders, electric lights, looks like a wood firewall and wood wind shield frame. Perhaps a farm truck.
Could be up to a 21 or so? It does have the earlier 2 U-bolt spring to frame mount on it.
The farm also had an oval track for horses. I wonder if the T was used on the track for training somehow?
Can't be a '21. The single spring to frame clamp came out in early 1920. Looks to me like it has a double wishbone on it.