Something seems odd about the headlights on this car.
I guess that they could be model 66 E&J, but they look all brass to me.
Very early 1914 body style built in 1913 with sumpless pan? Sumpless pans do not have a brazed on teacup nor do they have the later sump pressed from the pan. Only done a short time late 1913 calendar year.
Probably nothing to do with the headlamps!
Herb, I have a pair of 66 lights. He body is painted black, but the lights are all brass.
The headlights appear to be black with a brass rim - the passenger side is especially obvious. The tops may be tarnished black. Like this car:
Response to Layden on the pans. The first new style pan after the tea cup one looked almost like a tea cup pan, only it wasn't. I believe they came out in July 1913.