The 1913 Rambler is pictured here as it arrived to our house in Berea, Ohio in 1956. Dr. William Donze (my dad) worked on this car for about 2-3 years. Most of that time was devoted to replacing the wood framing in the body. Before he finished the restoration, he caught wind of the 1910 Peerless Landaulet that was available. It was in better condition and would be worth much more than the Rambler, so he sold this car.
The picture below is what one of these looks like with a proper restoration.