Neat! It's only been 92 years, you just know that car is sitting in a barn around Stevensville somewhere.
There may be a number missing on the engine number as listed. 2428 would be a 1909 number and for a water pump model. Probably the number is 2428X, which would be a May of 1910 and a day after my 1910.
Interesting you should mention, Stevensville. Back when I was a NAPA rep and Montana was my territory, 1969-70 the Ford dealership was sold. The new owner inherited a early brass Ford with the purchase.
He had no interest in the T, and offered it to me for $750.00. It might as well been %50,000, as I had nowhere near an extra $750.
It was an original unrestored touring. I remember no front doors, old leather, and flat tires. The parts manager told me they would get it up and running for the 4th of July parade, possible the same car?