OK everybody gather on the other side of the cars so I can take a picture!
That looks like a Mercer! Who hit who?
Since the law says when two vehicles approach an intersection at the same time the one on the right has the right of way, clearly the Mercer violated the Fords right of way. Besides, we all know that a Ford driver could not have made such an error!
Val is correct on the Mercer. There is a nice article in the February Hemmings Classic Car #125 on a 1922 Series 5 Raceabout if you want to compare details with this one.
Looks like that little Ford held its own pretty well against that Mercer! Those Mercers are fairly heavy cars for a sports car. Amazing!
Do drive carefully, and enjoy, W2
And the little Ford stopped rambling right along.
Well, that's pretty much it then. Call the junkyard.
Here is one that kept on Rambling
I say the Ford is a fault because of it's lousy brakes.
Stanley, had to look up where Drury Ma. was because I've never heard of it....you are WAY out there!
Welcome to the forum.
Jay -- as always thank you for posting so many great photos!
Stanley -- as John said, Welcome to the forum! If you are also new to Model Ts, please let folks know as there are some safety tips and other information for new owners that can be helpful.
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Welcome Stanley, Thanks for the photo!
In Stanley's photo,
I wonder if most of the brass cars with electric lights in their gas lamps are running off the magneto?
Ken in Texas
Well, I can't speak for most, but my '14 has had the gas lamps electrified (likely by the original owner).