Must have been around the time of the Korean War. About 1950.
I don't know for sure which, but the "new" car is '49 or '50. Uniform looks correct I think for Korean War era.
50 Ford, parking lights and hood ornament are the giveaways.
1915 touring with a 1950 Tudor sedan.
OK, let's see: 1914 body, 1914 side lights, 1913 windshield. 1915 hood and fenders and later demountable wheels. This just may be a put-together car. But I like it!!!
Come on Royce! A '15 indeed?
It appears the windshield support brackets are '13, but I think the windshield is really a '14. Next question. Did Ford call the '14 style bodies made in '15, 1915's as Royce mentioned?
That body style was made until the end of January 1915 and into early February. The 1915 model year / fiscal year began August 1, 1914. The billed fenders did not appear until after the beginning of the 1915 fiscal / model year.
Demountable rims on a 1914/5.
Seems like the car was modified over the years, just saying....