Check out the radiator, gas tank, windshield and fenders, or is this some other car
The used a lot of T's in their movies, Bob
That's a display from the Movieland Wax Museum in Buena Park, California.
Click here and you can see different angles of the same display:
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Cool, thank you, Bob
I did some more Googling. The contents of the museum were sold off in 2006. Apparently, the Model T was sold for $3,750.
At first, I thought the car was just a mocked-up prop but after looking at the photos it does to appear to have been a well built, home made speedster with commercially made fenders.
I found a shot with the hood open showing the motor on the passenger side but I can't get the link the work properly when I copy and paste it.
Here is a colored version.