Odd model T, initially I thought it was a 1913 because of the windshield folding forward. Then I noticed the lamp, they look electric, probably magneto powered, so I guess the car was modified and the picture taken after 1915.
The car is certainly 1913 because of the straight doors, forward opening windshield and 1913/14 style fenders. The electric lights are something else.
Note it looks to me like the front tires are 30 x 3 1/2 rather than the skinnier 30 x 3. If so the owner may have switched the wheels our so he only needed to carry a single spare. Or if they are 30 x 3 1/2 and were originally from the factory, the car would be a 1913 Canadian produced T.
Also note how the front of the rear door lines up poorly with the rest of the body. It looks like it is higher than the body it latches to. I think that was probably the result of rear seat sagging. I wonder if they had installed the metal braces on that one yet? Of course the frame could have been bent in an accident etc. -- but I think that shows the problem Ford corrected with the braces. Below is a photo of a newly delivered 1913 showing that same area and the door lines up much nicer. Garnet posted the original at: http://www.mtfca.com/discus/messages/179374/235316.html?1317653296 which shows the new car from several sides.
The 1913 on page 153 of Bruce's (R.I.P.) book "Model T Ford" also shows that the end of the rear door is higher than the body bead it matches up with on the rear of the front seat.
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Front Fender a bit tweaked and body a bit up on drivers side also wrong rear fenders. This T has gone around the block a few times.
The rear doors have a tendency to move up, especially on the early models. I guess the owner liked '15 fenders too. I have a '13 roadster that is the same way, and I intend to correct the problem soon, if soon ever arrives!
I'm not sure but those rear fenders may even be crowned!