RH drive. I thought that was a strange place to mount spare.
What make of auto?
Ken in Texas
Love how they picnic'd in three piece suits and dresses! Things sure were different back then weren't they? Looks like maybe the kid's getting a head start on its drinking career...LOL
E-M-F "30" ?
I zoomed in on the banner and flipped it to see what it says, but I can't quite make it out - can anybody do better?
Why did you flip it ? The photo isn't reversed. I can make out "HANF . . ." Any clues?
Oops, you're right! For some reason, I thought I was looking at the back side of the banner and the letters on the other side were showing through.
My bad - more coffee!
No. you were right to reverse the banner in order to read it.
LOL! I can't tell because I can't read it either way.
The photo isn't reversed, look at the license plate. The banner seems to say "Hanford" or similar.
Sure is a fancy rear window!
ok! i think it is a 1912 overland mod 61 t. overland used that back window,also large hub cap for full floating rear axle. same rear fenders,body looks the same.charley
Cool old car... Tim