I'm sometimes surprised that when you illustrate it will be wrong.
Where have you got hold of the starting material?
I have found at least five errors when I briefly looked at it.
It is available on ebay and the seller is from Germany.
Am I wrong? T Ford out 'so maybe here in Germany but I doubt it.
He describes it as 1913
My eyes aren't good enough for such a small photo, but the coilbox and intake are messed up. No plugs or wires either. is that a generator with a red or brown cutout on it - definitely wrong.
Definitely not 1913.
There are few T's in Germany, so few to look at when making a cutaway drawing. Looks a little mixed up, but I won't comment on the odd colors - they are often added to increase visibility.
The windshield combined with a low cowl points to 1923 while the round gas tank is a 1919 and older feature. The coil box mystery is already mentioned. Another non original (but safety improving) feature is the accessory lights below the original headlights. The horn sticking out on the LH side is another likely modern addition since bulb horns were out of style on cars during the 20's.
1923 maybe, not 1913. Round tank, coil box misplaced, brass hubcaps, nickeled headlight rims, non-Ford head (?). It looks like he has the frame rails extended forward of the front cross member.
More like a 1917 and still has too many errors to list.
Note also " The One Man Top " ???
Mostly 1923 with the low cowl, sloped windshield and 1-man top.
Engine is earler with 2-piece valve covers
cowl is wood
coil box location
early style running board brackets
2 arms on the right side parking brake rod.
You missed large drum rear end.
Nice drawing, shame so many errors. It is not an accurate drawing of a 1913 Model T. I would guess at over 100 errors.
If it was described as a 1927 then the error list would be less. The obvious ones are the coil box, the firewall, the carburetor, the fan and the gas tank.
Michael, for a 27 the tires are one of the few things right.... For a 13 just add it to the list, now 101.
Late model radiator
Curved, not crowned, rear fenders are 15-16, the crowned front fenders are newer. Did any Touring year have a windshield that is hinged at the top as shown?
Also, 4-blade fan and weird horn.
Oops! Roger already caught the horn and I was thinking Model A,....the 4-blade fan is right! My eyes are not good enough and it's past bedtime! At any rate, definitely not a '13 with black radiator and large drum brakes typical of the "new improved Model "T"! (....hey, I had to get SOMETHING right....)
I can not find any Ford logo on the steps.
The short stays riveted to the footsteps.
3 rear windows came in with one-man top.
Not removable wheels.
The windscreen pillars has no holes.
I forgot the engine wall is not made of wood, if one is to run at 1923.
1913 is what you are saying 101 .... or more