N/R/S?

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Jason Kuczynski
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N/R/S?

Post by Jason Kuczynski » Mon Jun 04, 2018 2:00 pm

Is this one?
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Re: N/R/S?

Post by ddunlavy » Tue Jun 12, 2018 12:28 pm

Hi Jason, I took a quick look at the picture and believe it is not a Ford.
NRS's have no louvers in the hood.
Running boards, fenders, radiator don't look right.
Looks like larger than NRS tires also.
Got no clue what it is tho'
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Re: N/R/S?

Post by Jason Kuczynski » Tue Jun 12, 2018 4:59 pm

Thanks, Dave!

It was kind of hard to tell, I'm not versed on these early cars as well as I should be.

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Re: N/R/S?

Post by wayne sheldon » Wed Aug 01, 2018 7:18 am

Definitely not a Ford. Probably from about 1905 through 1907, could be '08. Not many cars had the "plow" fenders later than that (other than the Liberty Brush in 1912, an interesting story in its own right). There were only about 200 manufacturers at that time, and I don't see any details that ring any bells with me. Nice car though!
I will say thank you for sharing it here (even if it isn't a Ford). At least one person enjoyed blowing it up and looking at it for about ten minutes!

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