Behind every great man......Stands a nagging Wife!
Notice the correct placement of the rear windows.
What an unfortunate looking woman. Wow !
Wouldn't want to cross her path, would we Burger? Mmmm mmm mmmm.
Figure that big figure woman rides in the back seat of that touring.
Not to worry
Agood rope and some reine's and she could pull it home
Yea Dallas! That's so... wrong! But so... funny!
How do I know? It made my coffee ALMOST come out my nose! Thanks!
Cranking with his right hand.... if it "back kicks" and breaks his arm can she drive?
Where are you going to find a collar that size? And worse yet don't even think about the size of the britchen!! Bud
Doesn't that guy even notice the big black bear sneaking up on his left?
O.K. You guy's be nice THAT'S my MoM!
No just kidding but by golly she sure has the looks that my Grandma would have given her husband.
I wonder if he's in a hole or the car has a permanent lean. No mystery why if the road's level.
The bear took the picture.
There is nothing wrong with ladies of a larger size...They are shade in the summer and heat in the winter!
Now since my wife will be reading this, who by the way is very petite...How many of you guys can fit behind the steering wheel and still have room!
That pic was taken when men were men
And women were men to
She reminds me of Helga my masseuse. My 1st time, she actually climbed up on the table and stratteled me. Boy can she get the kinks out.
Well they are both now long gone and apparently everybody here is a body builder and movie star married to a super model.
The couple could have been the best people on God's green earth, worked hard and raised children and grandchildren. Like all of us they probably had family struggles and pushed through them as best they could and hopefully lived good lives and were happy.
I would have liked to have heard their stories and without a doubt would be a better person from that. A picture doesn't represent a person's life or show their character. That lady would probably welcome you into her house and the man would shake your hand with a smile and call you friend.
Doesn't matter any more but I know your shallow judgments by these posts.
You are probably right but I bet if they seen pictures of us and our space age cars and zip up jeans and our shirts with weighting all over them and tapping on this little board with the light coming from it
They would have a little chuckle and point at the strange looking folks
Take that argument to the Gunny and see what he says.
I see nothing that 13 weeks with the right set of DI's couldn't get squared away.
Pure character building at its finest.
He might shake your hand but the bear might bite it
Looks to be a '23 model. He wisely installed a fender brace so she can sit down without doing damage.
Dave, you think she's a '23 model? She looks older then that.
Can't be a '23. Two-man top and straight windshield. Cannot see the round corners at the top of the windshield because they are behind the front bow of the top. '22 at latest. Can't see the seat backs enough to tell if the tack rail is inside or outside the sheet metal. That would narrow it down a bit more. No sidelamps means 1919 or later. Headlamp lenses are later "H" lenses, came out during '21 if I recall correctly. The headlamp lenses were often changed onto earlier cars sometimes. But I would still guess a '22.
Drive carefully, and enjoy, W2
Michael, Wayne agrees with you. Wayne, I forgot one detail. I think you're right. A late '22 then.