Is the door hanging open on that car? I see a canvas water bucket on the fender.
Next to the bakery it looks like a small wagon hamburger stand parked in the alley.
Guys out cruising for burgers even way back then, who da thunk it?
I was surprised to see a hamburger sign in such an early picture, but it turns out the hamburger was invented before the turn of the century:
Hmm, the bakery is also a drug store. Get your sugar pills here!
So is this the first fast-food shopping strip??
Notice the black crank handle. There are still guys with natural aluminum handles out there. I guess they like them that way.
Just part of the hobby Larry. Some are anal retentive, some just have fun with their T's. Bare aluminum crank handles, varnished spokes, wire wheels on brass cars non factory colors........where does it all end
Both gas headlights are RHN on this '13. If the headlights came from E&J and John Brown packed in sets, someone got two lefts.
Ken in Texas
Here is a thread from 2013 where it was suggested only Brown headlights had left and right hinges while E&J and Victors had hinges on the same side in their car sets:
Thanks for the info and link. However, the Victor's came with the hinge on the right and left side. See photo at bottom of page 166 in Bruce's Book.
The hinge is on the right hand side of the headlight just as the John Browns. Bruce also commented that the Corcoran's were a virtually a duplicate of the Victor's.
Ken in Texas