I've been filing photos and came across this one of somebody else's car. I neglected to note the source, so I don't know where to file it. Anybody recognize it?
Looks very much like one recently sold on HCCA by a David MacMillan in Florida
I know I need to wear a flameproof suit for saying this, but I love period wire wheels on the early T's
You are right Gary. They look great. I sometimes have a sour grapes attitude as I don't have a set.
The Ponderosa pines suggest it's way out west.
Mike Hanson's 1920 Canadian Coupe
On my computer, I can right click on an image, and a menu box comes up. One option is to "search Google for image".
Google will then list all of the web pages (that it knows of) that contain that image (or versions of it with different file sizes).
Thanks, Mark. I should have thought of that. The owner's profile has been deleted, so I don't know the location, but now I have the name.
Steve, This 1921 Canadian coupe was my car. I restored it from the ground up. I traded it to Mike Hanson two years ago. Mike sold the car to Ross Lilleker, who entered it for the Stynoski Award and won the award at the MTFCI annual tour in 2017. Ross has the car up for sale.
I hope this helps,
BTW, the photo was taken outside of my barn in Flagstaff, AZ. where there are plenty of pine trees!!!
Now we know why it looks so great.
When I saw those trees, my first thought was Flagstaff.
Good eye B R. There are so many great things on this forum and always fun to see them again.
Awww,.....c'mon now Steve! We're not buy'n that one! What does a guy from Kansas know about trees, right! (:^) (:^)
Well,....actually, I guess maybe I might have to "retract" that,....as right after posting, I remembered that you ARE actually some sort of a "transplanted" Calexico guy, right?
One more thing and then I'll shut up! My very first comment (before all that nonsense) should have been,....boy!!!....that's sure a beautiful coupe!
I think Steve grew up in Los Angeles/San Pedro. . . .OK, come to think of it, what does a guy from LA know about trees?
Sorry. Harold (should have my reading glasses on).
Bio notes: Born in Long Beach; lived in Wilmington until spring 1950; lived in Lomita (home of celebrities Jim Thorpe, Red Skelton's first wife, and Larry Original Smith) until 1985. Saw lots of trees in decades of camping, and learned what some of them were.
With Dad and lots of trees, 1942.