There are several brass-era Ts for sale on the Horseless Carriage Club website, hcca.org. Go to Classified Ads, then to Cars for Sale.
Here is the link
Gorgeous stuff there. Definitely the go-to place for brass cars. I notice some of the prices are a little steep for retired guys like me, but should I ever catch a windfall, I now know how to best play the game:
I'll wait till I see the perfect car, a 1910 or 1911 Pierce, Packard or Locomobile that needs absolutely nothing and has been restored as a driver (so I won't be paranoid about chipping the paint a little). A brass car will not depreciate in value (nor will it be likely to appreciate very much either) and after I kick the bucket, my wife will be able to sell it and get at least all our money back and I'll have been able to play with it in the meanwhile virtually for free. It sure don't work out that way with skiing, golf, horses or boats! And trust me, it sure as heck don't work out that way with airplanes!!!
I like your philosphy Bob....that's exactly why I ended up with 4 model T's and an "A"....enjoy 'em now, and either sell 'em for our nursing home money or like you say, the wifey will have 'em sold before I start to decay. That's why we got rid of the boat!