Don'tcha hate it when that happens?
s that Mr. Jelf's??
They always look so pitiful and sad when things like this happen.
Tough ending for a 1913 touring. Looks like the plate glass windshield did not break.
Easy fix, I'll bet it was repaired depending on how old it was.
That explains why somebody out there now has the wrong frame under there 1913.
Must have left out the washer and cotter pin on the spindle bearing.
Bob C!!! You're lucky that Jelf is a good-natured Geezer. That coulda' hurt his feels.
Nope, they used OAK for the spokes.
the infamous model T one car accident.
The result of texting while driving, 1913 style.
I would love to see the damaged side. From what I'm seeing the damage is mainly the wheel, axle headlight and fender. Looking I don't think the body got a direct hit. I think the fender caught the horn and side light. The horn bulb is still right where it belongs. The frame with the exception of a possible tweak to the front cross member is probably okay. The only mystery is what happened to the second top bow. Yes I would have loved a crack at fixing it.