Not a Ford but the tire on the back is a Firestone that looks like it would fit on the front of a T!
There appears to be a Model T truck of some sort at the left edge of the photo.
Self service was rare back then. Wonder what the guys holding up the building are thinking?
Extremely rare chimney top Texaco globe on a Fry visible pump.
Faults advertisement!!!! Even back in those days. Underground fuel tanks collect moisture, the water settles to the bottom and the gas floats on top. That is way, years ago nobody would stop and buy gas if the delivery truck was there. Dumping thousands of gallons of fuel into the tank mixing everything up, all the water, sediment and gas (new and old) got mixed together.
Stephen: the gut filling up the car may well be an employee check out the hat and Jacket looks the same as the guy that is holding up the building is wearing
Those two holding the building up look shady but the gas station is the best and the pumps could reside outside of my shop. Tim
Extraordinary photo in so many ways. I can't identify the car from that angle but no doubt someone in our group has one.
Interesting crease across the back of those fenders.