* Updated * Reader Peter Christianson has identified the car as an early Wills Sainte Clair. Here is the forth batch of photos from the Harland Krause Motorcycle photo album and this time the images show a couple of the automobiles that were involved with the group of riders. The feature photo and two more (below) show a late-twenties roadster fitted with a wooden rack on its rear bumper used for carrying an Indian Scout hill climbing machine to events. The first two photos are taken in front of a motorcycle shop, and the third one shows the machine unloaded and being worked on along with others at a hill climb.
The last photo at the bottom of the post shows a Model T Ford that was converted into a speedster, it is wearing an attractive body and a set of accessory wheels. The Ford advertises the Smith & Enander Motorcycle shop in Rockford, Illinois that Harland Krause was associated with and a battery and ignition shop. It may have been used at about the same time as the small Indian-powered car we looked at last time. You can view all of the earlier photos in the motorcycle photo album here that are courtesy of Michael DeBock.