Or maybe the negative was reversed when the image was printed?
Reversed negative. Buttons on gents coat.
Ken in Texas
No door on other side.
I hope I can make Popeye's new top look that good!
Ken -- good catch on the coat buttons!
I believe it is most likely a 1924 USA touring.
Note it appears to be a starter equipped but non-demountable clincher touring.
One man style top bows would make it 1923 or later for USA production.
Based on the cowl compared to a low cowl 1915-1923 and a high cowl 1924-25 -- I believe it is a high cowl car. (see the photos of both for comparison at: http://www.mtfca.com/discus/messages/257047/309158.html?1346535627 Note someone who is more familiar with the high cowl cars maybe able to confirm or correct what I think I see.)
And if it is a high cowl, then because the front door opens level rather than slanting down when open, that would indicate it is a 1924 rather than a 1925.
As always a higher or better resolution photo would make it easier to tell. In a higher resolution photo we might be able to see the notch in the 1924-25 hood shelf near the back hood latch.
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Isn't it interesting how many of those old pictures are reversed. Old habits from the old tintype pictures? Dave
Looks like a young Peyton Manning on his way to try outs.