A friend sent this picture to me in an email to see if I could identify the cars. I have not had much luck. The talent on this forum for identifying cars is unbelievable, so I thought I would post it to see what all could be identified. Appreciate any help. Thanks.
Zoomed in to the far row:
i think the car in the far row with the brass rad is a Buick,the car up frt,could be emf or Cadillac. of coarse there had to be one ford ha ha. charley
This one certainly looks like an early Model T.
Best regards, John Page, Australia
It looks like the cars on either side of the "Buick?" and the next one to the left are all the same make going by the steep pitched hood. Any idea what those might be? The friend is especially interested in the one to the front.
If you can have your friend provide you (or me) a higher resolution scan we could crop the photos so folks could see additional details.
You asked about the auto in front that is shown below:
Below is a zoomed in area on the radiator. I believe those squares may represent an automobile emblem on the radiator. A higher resolution photo might (or might not) give us the details so we could recognize it.
For an illustration of how a higher resolution photo can sometimes be helpful please see my posting of our 1918 touring at: http://www.mtfca.com/discus/messages/506218/538954.html and how the higher resolution allows you to read the year on the license plate.
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This photo has been around a few times lately. The car at lower right is a late 1909 or 1910 EMF.
Chris -- thank you so much! Many of us don't read all of the threads -- just not enough time.
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Thanks to all who have responded. I was beginning to wonder if I would get much response, then there it is.
Hap, I will see if I can get a higher resolution version of the picture. In the mean time I will let the friend know what we know so far. Again thanks to all of you.
Chris, you say this picture has come up before? Was that here on the forum or somewhere else?
Hap and Steve-I thought I saw it here, but it turns out a friend emailed it to me about 3 weeks ago and it was posted on the AACA website two weeks ago.
Chris - We probably received the email from the same friend. That was about the time frame when I received it. Took me a while to thing about posting it here. I haven't been on AACA forum for a long while, so hadn't seen it there. Thanks for your response.
I think the vehicle immediately behind the EMF is a 1906 Hayburner.