Popular Science Monthly of April 1919 has the following story and picture on Page 38.
Thanks for posting Dane. I enjoy this kind of thing.
It looks like a TT hiding under all that body work. I think I can see the steering wheel. I wonder what they used it for?
Reminds one of the Toonerville Trolley, St. Marys GA, it ran for 10 years beginning 1928. Body built on a TT chassis converted for rail use.
Later the body became a building, and in 1974 restored back on a '24 TT chassis with wheels. On permanent display in that town today.
The steering wheel is there to hold while you are pressing the pedals in. You don't even notice when you push the pedals in, bet you pull back a little on the steering wheel. Also gives some sense of control when flying around the corners.
You need the column for the spark and gas levers. Great picture!!! Thanks for sharing!!! Malory