Photos of unknown, not T vehicles. Sure would like to know what they are.
Bottom photo is of a '35 Cheby. I sure would like to know what the older ones in the top picture are, too !!
I'll take a wild stab - Roamer?
Gil, it sure looks a lot like images of Roamers I was able to find quickly. Do you suppose both cars are the same make ?
Also could be a Moon.
In the top photo the runabout, in the shop, Really looks like a Model T. The tail lamp doesn't look quite right and I think that the turtle deck has been replaced with some kind of large trunk or tool box. An aftermarket top. The rear fenders, fender irons, and the rear axle all look, to me, to be Ford.
Are you saying that, outside of everything being different, it *could* be a Ford ?
The words are yours, Burger.
The car with the wire wheels may be a Jackson, about 1920-21. The body sure looks it, with the cowl line leading back at the same angle down the door tops. Same hood latch too.
The car in the garage could be an Australian or New Zealand Model T. the body design looks possible
so the photo could be from those countries as the other car would have been available there also
Bottom picture is a 1934 Chevrolet Master deLuxe Town Sedan. 35 Standard looks the same but no trim on the horizontal hood louvers. Looks like this car has the knee-action front end that was only used on the Master deLuxe cars.
Behind the car in the bottom photo might be a Massey-Harris manure spreader.
The oil can at left is a Gargoyle Mobiloil can.
Do you mean to say there are actually mechanical manure spreaders? Why? We all do it so well without mechanical assistance.
What is hiding behind Door No.5 ???
Don't think it's Australian or NZ, the tail light and spare wheel are on the left, so LHD.
The pictures of the vehicles were taken in the USA.