If you haven't, or even if you have, you ought to watch this movie "The American Road".
Produced by Ford in apparently the late 1960's or early 1970's, it has a lot of great early footage.
Where the Model T comes in at time marker 12:45, it appears to be a genuine two-lever/two-pedal. Later there's a lot of factory footage, some of it showing very early T versions. The Model T is featured for a little over 20 minutes.
Whether the scenes are genuine or contrived with actors, they take pains to use the real thing. Like the scenes with the 999 racer. And, I presume, scenes with the Quadricycle.
The movie seems to be the splicing together of an older version from perhaps the WWII years, with a 1970's clip added onto the end to update it. The historical portion ends with WWII, skips entirely over the 1950's and 60's, and ends with promo scenes of happy 1970's Ford owners enjoying the blessing poured forth from the mind of Henry Ford.
The early stuff, especially Model T era, really is well done.
Enjoy ---- Scott
Isn't that the red Ford #856 from the Henry Ford? The one in Leslie Henry's book?
Another tidbit about this movie is that at 36:24 my wife and son's high school is shown, Monrovia High School in Monrovia CA.
I have this movie on VHS tape and have a local video service that can convert it to DVD. I played the movie, non-stop on a VHS player at my booth at Chickasha, last March.
Wow Scott, I really enjoyed that video. Thanks for sharing.