That is a great photo. While it looks very similar to a belt drive Harley, I believe it is something else. The gas tank front, motor gear train, fenders and tank script are a little different.
None the less it is a wonderful picture.
The motorcycle might be a Thor.
An antique car and a antique motorcycle. It was a big deal in those days to have them when they were new and not antiques.
Don't know for sure if the motorcycle is a Harley Davidson but I'll bet the in todays dollars its just as valuable or more than the Model T! Probably more.
John, The motorcycle is much more in value. Running examples run close to 100K or more depending on make. The more rare the make, the higher the value.
Not a Harley. I can't tell what it IS, but not a HD.
The T is early, probably a 1909. Looks like it has brass running board trim.
The T is a 1910 model./ Victor headlights. Lip on fenders.
Here are the prices of new Fords and current NADA values for old Harley's FWIW. I don't know what the bikes sold for new but we know what the early T asking prices are.
The bike could also be a Theim looking at just the tank emblem.
That is a 1912 Wagner Motorcycle
I believe you are right Ed. I was not familiar with those.
All this debate about the motorcylce and I am just digging the split picket
fence and wonderful screen door. I can hear that one slapping shut from the
old spring now.
Just say "No!" to vinyl fencing/siding !!!
Richard here's a link on info regarding Wagners
Way to go Ed. You nailed it.
That is great stuff Ed. What neat information.
Here is a '10 HD motor to add to the flavor of this discussion. The intake in atmospheric.