The present picture is hardly crisp, but we can compare the two car photos at similar scales:
There are certainly some consistencies between the two cars, notably the shade/flap above the windscreen, the wheels and arches, and possibly the door hinges. Nothing absolutely conclusive, but they look pretty similar to me, and could be the same car.
I can't identify the car after a quick search, but it looks fairly typical of the 1920s overall. There's no logo visible, and the hood ornament isn't very clear, although the upright structure is quite distinctive. The cars are fairly similar to various Ford Model T Coupe designs from ~1918-1926, and a couple of Buick models of a similar vintage, but none of the details (hinges, vents, grille etc) seem to match perfectly. In particular, the left image has a crossed structure over the radiator grille, and I haven't seen anything similar. Perhaps it wasn't a standard feature. As suggested before, https://mechanics.stackexchange.com/ might be a better bet, or a classic car enthusiast forum is likely to identify the car fairly quickly.