Weird stuff. Why don't the hoods get painted? The 1926 - 27 touring with the brass radiator and early fenders gets extra credit for weirdness.
Ditto. And a red '15?? Tisk tisk. ;)
Careful, Tim -- A lot of folks on here just love their red 15's. Not me, but lots of others.
Royce. I have not painted the aluminum new hood on my 1910. It looks so nice, I left it unpainted. I will paint it when I redo the body and will paint the hood green as the body should be.
Yeah, I know Mike, and really, I don't mind. I just like to help people's circulation... ;)
There's a nice '11 Torpedo on Hemmings, that while it is blue,it's really not the super dark blue it ought to be, but ya know, I'd buy it anyway if I could! It's still pretty. Yes, even I do bend a bit once in a while!!
Royce, well spotted on the tourer. It is in fact a later body grafted onto a brass radiator. However, it is not a 26-7 body. It is an early 1920's, no later than 1922, Duncan and Fraser standard tourer body. These had the sloping windscreen much earlier than US cars, so they may appear later to US T enthusiasts. Whole totally incorrect, it is remarkable how well the whole goes together.
Allan from down under.
Mine for example.....is an October, 1921 Canadian built, Australian (Steenbohms, Sydney NSW) bodied touring.
It has a sloping windscreen and a one man hood. Quite stylish for us here in the antipodes, eh?