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The springs poking out the front say ti is not a T.


As keiser says it is a Buick, a four cylinder model. I think it is a 1918 E-35. About the only readily visible change from the 1916-17 D series cars was that the windshield sloped back a little.


That was the last four cylinder Buick until the new model came out for 1922. That one only lasted three seasons. I don't think there was a four cylinder Buick again until modern times.

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Thank you all for your help. Most of the car ID requests I submit come from a Facebook group about the history of the North Olympic Peninsula. 


Many times the only way to confirm the people or places in the photograph is by identifying the vehicles. This group has never failed to deliver. 


Charles "Luke" Lukey

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