"Fuggetabout the Ford, look what we got".
This proves cars are dangerous. The undertaker has set up shop next door so his prospective customers can do "one stop shopping"
I think he is there to see how much the Ford dealer will allow him on a trade-in.
That car looks like a boat on wheels. Maybe its amphibious.
That car is a beast. Just out of curiosity does anyone know what it is?
Although there are some similarities in style and trim, I am fairly sure it is not a Buick, not a Cadillac, not a Studebaker, nor a dozen others I can think of. Without looking it up, my first guess, the first thing I would look at at in the reference books, is Mitchell six, about 1915.
I must be crazy. I sometimes like to put my wild guesses out there for all to see when I am wrong.
Drive carefully, and enjoy, W2
I'm glad you guessed Mitchell Wayne. I would have guessed Paige but figured you would know that was wrong. Someone here will be familiar with it and let us know.
I would guess a c. 1915 White. It looks like the hood has a shape like the Whites did. Also, the front wheels have 10 spokes and rear, 12 spokes. On the 1912 White I looked at to buy one time, that was the way the wheels were on it.
humm!! could be steam no rad cap. charley
White steamers usually had the steam generator under the front seat, with a row of holes on the body sides. Not looking anything up, I believe by '15 they were only making gas cars.
Whites were gas powered by then.
No White I've ever seen looks like that!
I don't know what that car is but, here's another one.
Actually, the more I look at the two pics together, the more I think they are different cars. They might even be the same make but, there are differences in the details.
I don't know, but the T in the window looks like a 1916 to me.
The bottom picture has 12 spokes in the front wheel.
I believe it is a 1915 White 6-60.