At the risk of being redundant and maybe slightly off topic, I apologize. I love all old car vintage photos. They generally show the pride taken in there ownership of a fine means of transportation. And of course when there is a direct connection to ones self, better yet. Left to right, my Great Uncle Henry, my Grandfather Bert, my Great Grandfather Pasqualie, a family friend, and my Great Uncle Sam. I wondered for years what make of car this was. You cant see much of the car. I knew it wasn't a Model T. Then I remembered another photo with just my uncle Dave standing in front of it. After scanning it, I could see the radiator emblem which appears to a Dodge. Dodge didn't use outside door handles until about 1921. Some fender curves also seem to confirm this. The Mich license plate in this size was only used in 1924, 25 and 26. So, early 1920.s Dodge touring car?
I have seen deer in the headlights, but this is the first time I have seen them on the headlights.
You should take risks more often.
Great images !
Lovin it Guy, keep them coming.
Typical Italian wine serving in the short glasses.
To answer your question, yes, it's definitely a Dodge Brothers but it's a mid-late 20's model. This is evident by the higher radiator.
Mike S. Thanks for the additional info on the Dodge
I like the fact that they are your family photos!
I like how Great Grampa didn't even have a wine stain on the apron yet! Hearty Youpers for sure in your pictures. Wondering who the little guy was in the second pic? Great pictures, keep them coming, Jim
Go on YouTube and look up "Second week of Deer Camp" video for a good laugh
Jim D. The little guy was the first born to my grandfather, my Uncle in time. I am sure my Great Grandpa put on a new apron for the pic, would have been a big deal to have a studio come out and take that pic. We figure about 1925. I am sure it is his home made wine. This picture hung in there living room for ever that I can remember. The family says this was Great Grandpas car, little Italian, liked big cars, he had a Kissel Kar also, but no pics exist., The guys who did "Second Week of Deer Camp" are from about 80 miles north of me in Ishpeming, MI
It's the second week of deer camp and all the guys are here. We..........and shoot the bull but never shoot no deer. Memories.
A close radio station used to play this song religiously here at this time of year!
Ya for sure eh !
I drink my wine from any glass as long as it don't go no stem on it, tall or short! Great photo. I have some photos of my Great Uncle at elk camp, but bit later time wise.