Hey all, I have a picture here of my grandmother in front of a car that I believe to be a Model T. Perhaps a '26 or '27 Runabout? My grandpa thinks she was in her late teens at the time so the photo may have taken in the mid to late twenties. What I assume to be "wind-wings", drivers side post lamp, and fuel neck in the cowl are throwing me for a loop.
No T, but looks a lot like a 26/27. I'd guess a c:a 1925 Chevy roadster?
Agree with Steve
Note curved windshield bottom and shape of radiator shell.
Not a Dodge.
That car is smaller than a Dodge.
I don't think any Dodge had four lug demountable rims.
Profile of the trunk does not resemble a Dodge. Radiator shell does not resemble a Dodge.
OK. Not Dodge. Not Ford. Not Chevrolet. Time for somebody who has the time to start searching Google images.
WOW! Thanks for the responses!
Looks like a 1923 or 1924 Chevrolet Superior to me.
Looks like a "Bow Tie" On Radiator and the Hub Caps look like Chevrolet
Lots of similar features here....
From those pictures not Chevrolet either. No filler neck on side of cowl, no chrome radiator.
I believe that is a sidelight/parking light but is is cockeyed. Not a filler.
Chevrolets had painted radiator shells or polished aluminum radiator shells.
Being a black and white photograph, in my opinion it is hard to tell if it is a painted shell, polished aluminum or, if it is not a Chevrolet, nickel plated.
For now, I'm sticking with 1923 or 1924 Chevrolet Superior.
It's not a filler neck on the side of the cowl - it's an electric sidelight.
Looking at 23-24-25 Chevies I'm modifying my initial guess from '25 to '24. There are '24:s with the same radiator shroud shape in alu or nickle finish.
Thanks for all the help! This looks like the one... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GR-3EKsAAL4 ...1925 Chevy Roadster.
The difference I see is the dip in the radiator shell. The one in the B&W photo has none. Some of the Models shown do have a dip. Capitol? Superior? I don't know Chevies. The one in Roger's link doesn't.
1923-24 has no dip in the radiator shell.
1925 has the dip.
I may have misspoke when I said that Chevrolets had polished aluminum shells. Maybe that was only for 1925 forward. The 1923-24 may have been nickel over steel if they weren't painted.