'Nother one to 'dentify !

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'Nother one to 'dentify !

Post by Rich Bingham » Wed May 12, 2021 8:10 pm

Nice car ! What is it ?!?
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Re: 'Nother one to 'dentify !

Post by BHarper » Wed May 12, 2021 8:59 pm

Twin cylinder Buick.They will keep right up with a Model T.

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Re: 'Nother one to 'dentify !

Post by Rich Eagle » Wed May 19, 2021 3:20 pm

That's a very nice photo of it. Yes, as Bill Harper says it is a 2-cyl Buick. More specifically, a 1906 or 1907 Model F which is the Touring. For comparison, here is my 1907 Model G, which is the Roadster.
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It likely was painted in "Purple Lake" and has Gray & Davis lights. With 22 HP they are a fine car. The cap in the middle of the hood is for the gas tank as in this photo I posted elsewhere.
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Thanks for posting that.
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When did I do that?

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