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Car id help probably 1910-1920

johnbissonjohnbisson Member Posts: 3
edited June 2016 in General


  • johnbissonjohnbisson Member Posts: 3
    Taken in Vermont
  • texasestexases Member Posts: 10,546
    That's really tough, lots of cars in that era looked very similar. Is there any more detail available on the wheel hub or the radiator?

    You might post it here, these folks live and breath antique cars:

    My only guess is that it's 1915 or older, given the lights used.
  • johnbissonjohnbisson Member Posts: 3
    Texases: thanks for the tip. This is the only pic I have. I'll tyr your suggestion.
  • lostwrench1lostwrench1 Member Posts: 1,165
    1910 Packard "30".
  • texasestexases Member Posts: 10,546
    How about a 1910 Cadillac  model 30?
  • lostwrench1lostwrench1 Member Posts: 1,165
    Ahaa. Cadillac also had the different number of spokes on its front and rear wheels.
    Makes sense with the rear wheels' being the drive wheels.
    The hood does clinch it as texases previously mentioned at Mystery Car Pix as its not being a Packard.
    texases is correct with 1910 Cadillac "30".
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