Look at that T pickup in the center of the picture. Is that a roadster with a "California" type top? Dave
That looks to be the same rooftop that was posted a bit ago from the other side.
Hope the one in the middle doesn't want out soon! Man they sure got these things crammed in.
Tim, if your talking about the one in the bottom row, looks like he already got a new passenger side rear fender, maybe he wants a new driver side one and that's why he's back at that garage.
A late coupelet in the center?
Look at the arrangement. This is a different view of the photo you posted on 23 Nov.:
I have to wonder how they were able to back out. Some of those cars were not easy to see behind.
Hence all the bent and twisted rear fenders on early cars. Often I see pictures of nearly new cars back in the day with bent rear fenders.
Reverse gear in many cars was tricky, some even worse than a model T reverse. Ever try a sticky cone clutch?
Take care will.
Drive carefully, and enjoy, W2
It's a junk yard