That IS very very fine house! ( or was there 3 "verys" in the song?) Anyway, it's pretty nice. So is the car. Our second house had very similar gingerbread trim at the peak of the gables, and when I had the house sided when we bought it in our young 'n dumber days, we had it removed. Regretted it ever since. Even while we don't live there anymore!
With one T in the Yard .....
Life used to be soooo Hard .....
Now everything is easy Cause Of You ......
La la la la ......
I see no chimney or wires?
A 4th person holding a baby on the porch.
Maybe someone in the backyard by the ladder?
The T looks like possibly a 1915?
Looks like Oliver Hardy in the right rear going up on the roof to set up hi radio aeriel. Yep Tim, 3 very's and 2 cats!
I have two cats in the yard.
The car is a 1916. It's the first year they used that style of top cover, (boot).
Larry, what are the hallmarks of this style boot compared to earlier ones ?
The driver looks mighty confident for a guy who can't reach the pedals !!
Rich, at least for '13, the boot has a little "flap" up on the top right at the forward edge with two eyelets and those "twisty" fasterners. I forget what they're called naturally. I had to pay about a hundred bucks extra to have them put in to be correct due to all the extra labor. But it was worth it. There's a pic somewhere on this forum of one, I even commented on it. But naturally I can't remember that one either!