This is an early 20th century artist/signed comic postcard that I've always kind of liked. The gal is dressed in what was probably very fashionable garb for the time - I'm sure the artist was satirizing it a bit. The smitten boy is using some slang of the time, comparing her two what was probably considered a nice little car. In fact there is a car in back ground, though I have no idea if it is a two cylindered run-about.
This is artist signed by "Seward", and it has been postally used, though unfortunately I could not read the postmark. It was addressed to a Mr. Albert Burch, of Kansas City, Missouri.