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#410 of 461 Re: What car & year? [fintail]
by MrShift@Edmunds HOST
Jul 11, 2013 (3:34 pm)
I'd agree with that---definitely a Franklin and probably spanning the years of WW I, given the fashions depicted.
#411 of 461 Can you guys identify this car?
Jul 24, 2013 (6:13 pm)
I came across an old photo of my Grandfather, and he was obviously very proud of his car, and his work...as he used it to sell bread in Iowa. Unfortunately I don't know how to upload the pic on the forum. ">Can anyone help me identify his car? Sure wish I had a chance to talk to him about it.
#412 of 461 Re: Can you guys identify this car? [landcruiserco]
Jul 24, 2013 (7:17 pm)
So you have a digital copy of the pic on your computer, right? Create an account at photobucket or another photo hosting site, upload it there, and post the URL here. Before posting it, click the "IMG" button below this message box, paste the image URL, then click the "IMG" button again - it should all work then.
#413 of 461 Re: Can you guys identify this car? [fintail]
Jul 24, 2013 (9:51 pm)
Yes- I have a digital copy on my phone. Thanks for the advice- I'll try posting online tomorrow.
#414 of 461 make and year of this car?
Jul 26, 2013 (11:20 am)
Please, can someone name the year and make of this car?
image of old car
#415 of 461 Re: make and year of this car? [tomatcie]
Jul 26, 2013 (11:37 am)
That's a real tough one, lots of cars built between about 1910 and 1914 or so looked like that, there's nothing much distinctive on it. It looks like it has kerosene lanterns next to the windshield, so it has to be about that old, maybe a year or two older.
#416 of 461 Re: make and year of this car? [tomatcie]
Jul 26, 2013 (5:37 pm)
Like texases says, early teens vintage. Appears to have gas cowl lights, but electric headlights, so it would be no older than 1912. It looks like a big solid middle/upper middle class car, not a Model T or a cyclecar etc. The fenders and cowl seem familiar somehow, maybe something like a ~1914 Buick.
#417 of 461 Re: make and year of this car? [texases]
Jul 26, 2013 (7:56 pm)
Also, if you post it
Someone will know the year, make, and model - some real experts are there, with knowledge far more than my own.
#419 of 461 Re: Yellowstone, 1952 [wizardimps]
Jul 27, 2013 (12:53 am)
In the first photo, the bear is making friends with a 1949-51 Ford, there were minor differences in grille and bumpers from year-to-year, perhaps someone will come along and tell you the exact year.
The dark car in the second pic appears to be a Chevy of the same vintage but it could be a Pontiac or Olds.
The white car on the left in the parking lot photo is a 1957 Chevrolet, next to it is a two-tone 1956 Buick and over her shoulder you can see a '52-'53 Ford.