Today’s feature image contains a view of Tom’s Burlington Garage located near Linton Park, which is northwest and across the Willamette river from Portland, Oregon. The signage indicates that Tom ran a general service garage and sold Union Gasoline. Apparently, he is posing for the photo with a full-sized roadster which is the subject of interest in this post.
The mystery automobile is circa 1925 to ’27 and appears to be a couple of years old at the time. The milk can in the rumble seat compartment may indicate that the car was owned by a local farmer. If you can identify the vehicle let us know the make, model and year of this mystery car. If there are any readers who are vintage gas pump enthusiasts let us know the manufacturers that produced the manually operated glass cylinder fuel pumps highlighted below in the second photo.