Is this a 1912 on the road, in Right Hand Drive? No Sir.
This is a 1914 4 cylinder Oakland. Very similar to a Classic Six in appearance. Noticeable differences are the height of the fenders, the location of the filler neck in the grille shell, and the style of the firewall, as well as the right hand drive. As far anyone knows, no Classic Sixes were built right hand drive. Thanks to Bruce Pearce and Charlie Brennan for the corrections.
A 1912 model in need of TLC. Did it survive?
Yes, I am pleased to say it is still with us. Thanks to Bruce Pearce for sending me a picture that I have seen before but did not associate with this posting.
The car survives as pictured, and can be found in the Reynolds Museum in Alberta, Canada. It in the oldest known Chevrolet in existence, #93 down the production line. It is believed that it was partially built in the first Chevrolet factory in Detroit, then shipped to and completed in Flint when that Chevrolet factory opened.