I don't know the type of car, but my first thought was, "I don't think I could get my dually pickup through that narrow archway.
Are those lights upon the top eave?
L.E. on 14th November 2016 @ 7:18am
I like the wagon wheel guides on the corners, we still have four of them in an alley in Oregon City. Without them wagon wheel hubs tear up buildings besides breaking wheels.
Kenn on 14th November 2016 @ 8:17am
Unusual wind shield.
nels on 14th November 2016 @ 9:26am
I think a 1921 Franklin 9-B
Judy on 14th November 2016 @ 10:33am
Franklin 9-B seems to be correct...
Kyle on 14th November 2016 @ 11:08am
Thanks for the ID, it's a beauty.
Arthur on 14th November 2016 @ 1:09pm
Now I know what kind of car it is but I'd like to say how VERY much I miss the Columbia Gorge Hotel!
Jill Stanford on 14th November 2016 @ 3:28pm
It really helps to be a volunteer at WAAAM as Judy does, to be able to identify an unusual designed Franklin automobile.... Nice sleuthing!
Dale Nicol on 14th November 2016 @ 6:58pm
It is still a very nice hotel. The rooms are oldies but goodies.
Judy on 15th November 2016 @ 9:17pm
Franklin's and Pierce Arrows are the easiest old cars to identify. Franklin= round grill, Pierce= headlights coming out of the top of fenders.
DAVID L JOHNSON on 30th November 2016 @ 10:36pm