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    I can identify my mother's aunts in the 20's.

    Please, who can identify the model of the car?

    Jerub Baal, raymond_zoller, kuinzytao, and 6 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. windiepink 87 months ago | reply

      .....delightful classic photograph...

    2. Martin van Duijn 84 months ago | reply

      Thanks for adding your photo to our new group!

    3. Martin van Duijn 84 months ago | reply

      Have you any idea if this is a European or an American car? The radiator looks distinctive, it should be possible to identify this car.

    4. granttt73 84 months ago | reply

      I don't think it is American. Fenders look 1921 or older. Probably many vendors marketed in Portugal at the time, but in very small numbers.

      I am still astonished at the number of builders frm the era, many of which I never heard of before the past year.

    5. CGoulao 84 months ago | reply

      I have no ideia what is the nationality of the car.

    6. granttt73 84 months ago | reply

      I notice a resemblance to the French Chenard & Walcker.

    7. CGoulao 84 months ago | reply

      Thank you. May be it's a Chenard & Walker!
      Chenard & Walker was the first to win "Le Mans" Grand Prix :)

    8. Martin van Duijn 84 months ago | reply

      Chenard & Walker... I don't want to be the one to spoil the party, but I'm not convinced. Photos of Chenard & Walkers I've seen so far miss the distinctive dip in the upper ledge of the radiator...

    9. CGoulao 84 months ago | reply

      Ok. We can continue to investigate.
      The lateral part of the radiator has five scratches.
      Effectively, pictures that I've seen from Chenards have more scratches in the radiator!

    10. granttt73 84 months ago | reply

      That car that was debated between a Protos and not a Protos? Remember, Mazdamiata and Essichgurgn? From the berlin museum? It certainly had a hooked radiator top.

    11. Jerry Lee Que IV [deleted] 80 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Black & White Photos, and we'd love to have your photo added to the group.

    12. Peter Gutierrez 80 months ago | reply

      Great stuff.

      I saw this in the Zero+ Faves group and Faved it.

    13. Ana Marto 70 months ago | reply

      I'm not sure, but observing the symbol of the brand of the car, I would say that this is a Vauxhall.

    14. lir1 60 months ago | reply

      Love the photo!!
      lir1
      Junk Yard Car

    15. Light Collector 60 months ago | reply

      Oi! Sou administrador de um grupo chamado Antique Cars. (Pre 1940 & No Hot Rods or Customs) e nós adoraríamos ter isto adicionado ao grupo!

    16. ozfan22 50 months ago | reply

      Oi! Sou administrador de um grupo chamado The Family Car e nós adoraríamos ter isto adicionado ao grupo!

    17. ozfan22 50 months ago | reply

      I enjoyed this photo at: The Family Car
      [https://www.flickr.com/photos/ 4027/4422461341_ec4351f2de_t.jpg/]

    18. Caesar1956 43 months ago | reply

      I believe this an English or Canadian built c1914-15 Crane or c1915-16 Crane-Simplex Tourer. The grille looks custom built by this particular coachbuilder. These cars were sold in chassis form to custom builders and the chassis alone cost $10,000 ( $8000 for the Crane). Where were your folks from?

    19. CGoulao 43 months ago | reply

      Caesar 1956, my folks were from Portugal.

    20. CarFuseo 42 months ago | reply

      It's a great old picture, whatever the car is! We used it on our blog.

      We hope you like it.

      Many thanks

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