Photo taken in Manchester-by-the-sea, Massachusetts-deh ! .... still a
bastion of Swedish Sloyd.
It appears they offered classes for those looking to "come out" as well !
Too cool! I guess the "9" is nailed to the door?
This was after the earthquake. The address was 6 before.
That looks like a chick magnet!
What's that little (nickel plated?) part on top of the cowl?
Notice there is no windshield? That's a broom handle laying against the building that I thought was a windshield for a moment.
That is the classic drag racing dare look I used to get a stoplights back in the day. I accept the challenge!
Boy, look at that cannon! Too bad we cant have toys like that sold at toy stores anymore! They only allow boring safe toys these days. Sigh.
I wonder if the speedster was built using the Sloyd system?
That's an accessory fender/cowl light on the cowl
Thanks Ed! Looks to be no bigger than a bicycle light!
I have a friend who owns a cannon about that size. Used out west during
the Indian Wars. If memory serves, it is called a "Hotchkiss Gun" (?). BOY ! ...
... does it make some noise and flash/smoke !!! Nothing like the 155's we
used in AFG, but no one within a 5 mile radius will not hear it !
The wheels appear to be Pasco, given the shape of the caps and design in the center of the caps. Great photo!
Pasco Sloyd invented the wheel. Everyone knows that !
Burger, Uno Cygnaeus would be proud of you !!
Fords first use of aluminum bodies, with a head light dimmer.
Cool car and he looks like he knows it!! Tim
Tight fit. Hardly room to push the pedals.
Uno, Pasco, and I all went to different schools together. I owe it all to
Numero Uno !
I thought maybe that was his Flash Gordon Ray Gun for removing slow vehicles ahead. Jim