Nice pic, but looks like the Ts are outnumbered this time!
I think there are 5 T's, but kinda' hard to tell for sure!
Always amazes me to see how many automobiles there are in the remoter corners of the country before World War I. Shows the automobile fulfilled a need.
Also interesting would be a comparison of the cost of owning and operating a car for a year as compared to the cost of owning a horse and buggy. As Thomas says, there seemed to be a lot of car everywhere very early on. Folks apparently had the money....
Love the 'glare' or shine on the empty black leather seats ! Gave me the impetus to put a treatment of leather conditioner on my seats
I count six Model T's, all but one brand-new 1913 cars, if the date on the photo is correct. Business must have been pretty good for the local Ford dealer !
4 overlands & a couple of Studebaker the one in the middle ????. charley
I think the car in the middle is a 1912 Case. if you look under the license plate you can see a Case script? I have a '12 and a '13 both are 40 hp. and boy they look the same to me. Harold
I'm thinking 1912 Russell
if that is a Russell it has to be a 38 hp its a lot bigger than my 22 hp. charley