Look how much snow is inside the second car without side curtains. Dodge Bro. maybe?
Not a DB. No diamond shape rear windows in the top and doesn't look any bigger than the T. 1917/18 model 35 Buick 4 cyl car maybe.
I wonder if they just left them until spring or if they actually got them started and uncovered to get them out of there.
That is some seriously deep snow. Blech. Seen this pic before, always amazes me. I vote for leaving 'em till spring!
You know, when I see a car full of snow like that it freaks me out. I guess you throw a blanket over the front seat the night before & hope for the best for the next mornings drive.
I have never had either of my Ts out in snow that deep. I looked closely at the rear wheels and could not detect snow/mud chains, but with that much snow I can't see much of anything. I hope that the chains are already on as it is No Fun to mount them in weather like that
I wished I had mounted my Weeds when I was on this road as at one area the car started to do the "hoochie-coochie". That focused my attention.
Bill, turn off your headlights before the battery goes dead!
Thank you for your concern. I left the engine running while I took the photograph and the generator works, so I was okay.
Another picture from that day:
Bill, you must have a very good battery as I see your headlights are still on.
I have found that these and older cars had a very modern system and the lights turn off automatically after 12 hours.