That must be one fantastically strong windshield frame. I never would have guessed.
The Model A is what's called a "Sport Coupe" It looks like a convertible, but the top doesn't fold down. The door hinges go to the top of the windshield post, so it is much stronger than a roadster.
The way the house faces, that must have been a corner. I suspect the T either didn't see the A or couldn't stop. So the A hit the T on the front drivers side fender and rolled the T on the side while the A did a summersault.
Plus the Sport coupe has full window frames around the side windows like the coupe doors.
They are coupe doors.
Right, a Sport Coupe. I was trying to remember what that top style was called. I still would have expected the door frames to have at least visibly bent in a rollover like that. As it is, it looks like both cars are just comically toppled and have a good chance of driving again soon. I dare say rolling the A back onto its wheels looks like it could cause more damage than has already been done.
Anyone know what that bar behind the back axle of the T is all about?
Tim, the T had accessory bumpers both front and back.
Fortunately the Model A had safety glass in the windshield - one good deed Henry Ford did that probably saved a bunch of people from bleeding to death after accidents.
That T won't move with both right side wheels broken.
"We do lube jobs."
Local car club registration inspection day.
This must have happened at 10:10 in the morning. Do you know why?
No Herb, why?
The sun dial told you Herb! The leaning tree??
Tin after tin?
As usual, the crowd is so interested in seeing gore, they're missing a chance to learn mechanical things on the other side of the car.