Although not a Model T, it does give some insight to the logistics of shipping a vehicle from manufacture to customer.
There is a Los Angeles County Fire Department Stutz fire truck that was originally assigned to the city of Bellflower at the Los Angeles County Fire Museum.
Ironically, that museum is now located in the city of Bellflower.
the Oroville Fire department has a Stuz fire engine. the chassis sits outside in the corporation yard, supposedly all the bright work is in storage, meantime all the pin striping detailing is out in the weather, going away.
Yes, I'm a bit peeved about it. When I was the curator, I had a plan for indoor storage and an ongoing interpretive restoration in the tool museum, but the fire folks wouldn't commit to doing the restoration, so now that space is filled with other tools on display. (Actually, I didn't care if they would commit or not, I just wanted to get the chassis out of the weather/vandals, bur my boss had other ideas.)
I hate bureaucrats! They will do the stupidest things in order to keep their own jobs and/or steal the taxpayer's money. But they won't give an inch to save something valuable.