This looks like a 1912 with the fore doors.
Judging by the hair, that may be Billy Grahams father in the back seat!
Caption reads: Stringing along with God!
Look at that horn....
Which one? The one on the car or the one the driver is holding?
I guess when you see them coming it scares the hell out of you!
Billy Sunday, Elmer Gantry, Amiee Semple MCPherson and Kathryn Kuhlman all in "The Devil's Chariot"!
That is the horn that the Canadian cars use.
The Lord said to me, "What do you see, Amos?" I said "Tin." Amos 7:8
Another T with a round taillight. There were many round taillights for sale and they look very similar. It's hard to identify them from these photos. I suppose they replaced the Ford issue ones or cars came without one.
This shows up often enough to make me wonder if : A: tail lamps got regularly destroyed in normal service, or, B: stock oil lamps either wouldn't stay lit, or weren't bright enough ?
Seems like there were a lot of round tail lamps put on "after market". Were they better than Ford issued ?
I do recall and old timer telling me years ago "Ya didn't need a tail light cause there was never anyone behind you".
Imagine those days.
I dare say the Gospel car is an American built T as it looks indeed that there is but "a false door" on the driver's, whereas on our Canadian built '12's both Colin's and mine, we indeed have doors on both sides. The other point to differentiate the USA or Canadian machines, is that the American vehicles have 30 x 3 tires on the front and 30 x 3-1/2 on the rear, whereas we in Canada have the same size 30 x 3-1/2 front and rear! This feature allows me to carry but one new spare tire- discretely hidden under the car! Never needed it in 25,600 miles! Enjoy! Tom