If it's original and correct, great! And if not, hey, it's still a very clean, nice looking, no-door, fun machine.
If that VIN is the serial number, it indicates June 1915. But the engine looks to be 1919 or later.
Someone really butchered installing the upholstery!
is the carburetor adjusting rod a later style ?
It certainly looks like a newer chassis with a repro body, so I would expect just about everything to be later style except a few very visible exceptions like the windshield?
Still something that might be fun to drive - if priced right
The reserve hasn't been met yet.
He mentions a starter motor Steve so you're probably right.
It has a later engine with provision for a generator. It would be a fun car to drive around without the worry of wearing out a nice original and give people a chance to see what the early cars looked and sounded like. Buyer shouldn't be fooled into thinking it is all original. It's very difficult to establish a value without knowing more about it. The body may be a nice repro.
Looks like a really fun car IF it runs good!
And if the body is well-built.