Looks like several Fords on the farm. Looks like a stark lifestyle...the chick's kinda cute tho.
I thought it was Harold Lloyd.
Kinda cute ? Looks like a dude in drag to me !
Tim, I think you magically transformed this thread into a statement of your choice in women!! LOL!
Obviously a '17 to '19 car. The photo is probably from the late thirties or forties. Posing with a retired car that was thrown out in the back 40, just waiting for the scrap drives to begin.
17. The horn button like that wasn't used in 18 and on. In 18, they went with the horn / light switch.
I guess beauty is in the eye of the beholder!! Ha ha. Gotta admit, after reading Burger's thought, he's kinda right. OMG....
You're right Gary, I forgot about the horn button. '17 it is.
Gary & Dave,
I'm not so sure it's a '17. My TT is an '18 and it has the earlier steering column and horn button like the one shown in the photo.
I think in part it depends on where the vehicle was assembled and how many superseded parts were on hand. If the assembly plant had lots of the older part the new "updated" part took longer to get to the production line because the old parts needed to be used up first.
Certainly it could be a '17, but IMHO it could also be an '18.
Tim can ask her what year the car is next time they go out on a date.
Two other cars in the background.
Actually Henry, now that I think about it, every '18 I've ever seen has a horn button like that. It was the '19s that got the button facing sideways.
Fairly slim evidence to date the car. I would say '17 but, I have seen more than one '18 with a top mounted horn button.
Tootsie there reminds me of my second grade teacher. She liked the girls a lot, boys not so much.