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I like her hat.
That is Billy The Kid's horse, . . . I'd recognize it anywhere, . . . ...... ;)
ps. Good that you found that . . . . pictures of his horse are rare than pictures of him.
Can anyone identify that big gun she has tucked in her belt. This is a photo of my great aunt taken in western New Mexico.
The photo is not clear enough to be certain, but my guess is a Colt Single Action Army.
I agree it looks like an SAA.
What was the time frame, Mundo? I would guess 1920's or 30's but it could be newer. Maybe the 40's?
Stan, the pictures show an old model T, I'm guessing 1912?
The photo depicts either a 1913 or 14 model.1912 had no doors in front with the option of extra cost bolt on doors.1913 was the first year that front doors came standard and the geometry is a little different from the 1912's with the add on doors option.1914 looked just like the the previous year and the 1915 model was significantly altered again.These photos date from around 1918-20 by the look of the clothing.That car received some hard use!
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