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Posted 7 years ago


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When going for a drive in the country was an adventure. Does anyone know what make / model / year this Automobile is? I'm guessing about late teens.

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  1. benjclark benjclark, 6 years ago
    Ford Model T. Earlier than later, it seems, but your man in front is blocking the information. I like it!
  2. kerry10456 kerry10456, 6 years ago
    I believe its a 1910-14 Packard, notice the large wheel bearing covers and the little point tear drop on front fender. Model T Ford had smaller bearing covers.
  3. benjclark benjclark, 6 years ago
    Yep, I can't say about Packard (I don't know them), but you're right, I was mistaken-- not a T!
  4. stefdesign stefdesign, 6 years ago
    Love the chains on the back wheels! Imagine having to put those on just for a little springtime spin in the country!
  5. sayer34, 6 years ago
    Bootson: Never had a car of this model but had a 1937 Plymouth and you get good at changing tires.
  6. Bootson Bootson, 6 years ago
    benjclark & kerry10456
    Sounds good to me I'll mark it solved.

    Stefdesign & sayer34
    We have good tires and roads ... I guess the glass is half full.

    Thanks for the loves and likes, fossilhunter, Mrj303, stonesfan1, VikingFan82, vintagemad, kerry10456, officialfuel

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