Winter wasn't much fun in 1915 either. OK, I'd rather be stuck in snow in Saskatchewan than dodging bullets in a trench in France, but still..
Odd style of side curtains - maybe that's the way they looked in Canadian production?
He's keeping warm
Those side curtains look like accessory ones I have seen. They concertina along a cable stretched from front to back. Instead of removing them, they were pushed aside on the cable to allow entry/egress.
Allan from down under.
15/17 Canadian parts book, I'd say factory ones.
doesn't seem like enough snow to get her stuck in
Wet snow that is subjected to very cold temps will crystalize . It is crusty on top and like ice powder under top layer. I drove my 05 HD 4x4 into a field for a snowmobile accident and could go nowhere in 8 inches of snow in winter of 2013. That same winter I drove through snow up to my waste for a 1/2 mile to get home. The snow in the pic looks crusty by the shovel full. I bet if they wrapped some rope on rear wheels it would help. If he gets it started will help also.
Got a hunch the lady's fur coat cost more than the car!
That's a lady ?!? I thought it was a bear !!