The T looks tired with droopy eyes.
Those lens look like they may be the ones they used in 1921.
Kids and cars are a treat. How nice their fun was tolerated. Sadly we usually can't allow this on most of our restored cars.
Rich, you're right. And also on our modern cars!! But things were sure a lot different back then.
You can't perch a pair of cute twins on the fenders of a modern car, nor can big brother straddle the hood like a pony, even if you'd let 'em. These days, we hog-tie kids and strap them in plastic buckets then turn 'em backwards so they can't see out, and then us geezers wonder why they don't seem to have much interest in cars ? No matter. There's nothing much to see anyhow - just acres of parking lot and concrete bridge abutments as we blast past 'em at over 80mph. Oh well, back to the video game !!!