Is it in a museum somewhere? I know it has been modified, but are there any good pictures of the sides and the rear? Lots of pictures showing the front of the car.
The originals are lost to posterity.
Many replicas have been made. Most correct replicas use the 60" axles, as the original 1909's run were wide-tracks. Two were entered by Ford in the Ocean To Ocean Contest, otherwise known as the New York to Seattle Race for the opening of the Alaska Yukon Pacific Exposition (A.Y.P.) of 1909..
Replica built for recreation of the race sponsored by Ford.
A nice replica resides in the MTFCA Museum.
Some photos of the side of the originals:
A few more of the side and rear, from "The Ford Times," Vol. 2:
This T was entered in the Elgin races the same time the O2O run was occurring. It was a Ford Motor Company sponsored stripped Model T: