No drip pan under the T!
Great picture, do you know the town the dealership was/is in?
20 miles north of me, is Gaylord Michigan. There is/was a Gaylord automobile on display in town.
I was thinking that Ed, our home place was as Alba. Born in Kalkaska. Looks like we are only seeing part of the sign.
none in it yet, like a Harley if it aint dripen it aint got none in it,ha,ha. charley
Must have drained the oil and flushed the crankcase with alcohol just before pushing the car in place so the photo could be taken.
The Gaylord Motor Co. was located at 2120 East Colfax Street in Denver, Co.
"Automobile Topics" February 3, 1917 - refer to last two sentences in paragraph.
It appears that it was later Carpenter Chevrolet and then Rogers and Platt Chevrolet.
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Gaylord Motor Co. - the license plate on the non-Ford in the back appears to be 1917 (dark over light) so that would date the photo. The cars on the right appear to be brand new.
Rogers and Platt Chevrolet
(Message edited by Erik_johnson on January 26, 2017)
Changed a bit . . .
I bet there's more grease on the floor in the Popeyes that replaced it.
They probably both took the same amount of time to get you a chicken dinner, though.