What is this car from a 1929 photo?
It's French: look at that S car go.
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I think the hard part is the head lights! A lot of car from this time frame had drum head lights. I am guessing 1926 to 28. But maybe late 28 because of the cowl lights. I am thinking Studebaker small 6 or...?
I'd guess 27 Studebaker, because of the "curve" where the rear fender meets the running board.
Best Guess is a mid-production 1927 Studebaker Standard Six Sport Roadster. Mid production because of the larger parking (cowl) lights as opposed to the early production acorn lights and the painted headlight shells as opposed to the end of production plated headlight shells. Also I believe that 1927 had an axle and brake configuration that required the disc wheels-1928 offered wood spoke and wire spoke wheels. And that my friends is probably more than most wanted to know! :>)
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