I found this photo of my grandparents and father.
The photo, taken in 1918 is not the best quality.
What makes it a 1913 and not a 1914?
Doors have square bottom corners and the doors go all the way down to the bottom line of the body.
John, the forward folding windscreen was used in 1913, altered to rearward folding and bent support arms in 1914. Can't see if the doors go all the way to the bottom of the body as they did in 1913 models.
Hope this is correct.
Allan from down under.
I can't tell for sure about the doors either, even after blowing the picture up quite a bit. (But I'll take Harold's word for it.)
I was going by the windshield and its support arms, as mentioned above. The view of the support arm is obscured by something, but I think we can see enough of the right one to see that it's a '13-style straight one.
(Message edited by coupelet on September 14, 2015)
Thanks for you help guys.