What a great picture. Very cool
Now we want to know what make that beast of a speedster is. Young man at the wheel looks like he's ready to open the throttle full bore, devil take the hindmost !! Touring in the background almost looks like a Ford, but it's not . . .
I didn't think I could do it! Now that the picture is up, I can relate a "T connection". Some time ago I was out driving my '25 T Roadster and stopped at a friend's house who had an elderly Uncle visiting him. I showed him the car and took him for a ride. He really knew his old cars! A short time later, he passed away and my friend gave me a box of "old car stuff" his Uncle wanted me to have. It was a collection of old pictures, manuals, brochures etc. that had been collected by his Father going back from before the "Great War" to the 1950s. This Jackson ("No Hill too Steep, No Sand Too Deep") speedster belonged to a friend of his named "Mr Earl" who drove it in the Syracuse NY area just before WWI. As I scan the pictures, I'll post them.
Looking forward to seeing more from your box of old car stuff. Thanks for posting!
What a wonderful legacy. Thanks for sharing !!
Jackson !! I remember that slogan, probably from a Floyd Clymer scrapbook.
Looking forward to more pics as well
Gary It was a surprise to see the name Schreiber!
When I was stationed in Hanau, Germany I went to a small beer place and it was owned by an older couple and we knew them by the title of Herr and Frau Schreiber.
WTG James, very nice photo.