Cool photo, a 1911 with accessory doors!
(Message edited by royce on March 16, 2016)
Looks like the rear tires have a rope wrapped around them for traction in the mud.
Those look like factory doors to me.
Here is another photo of the same car:
Jay, do you have the original?
Keith - I never realized that in his younger days, Lee Marvin drove a Model T! ...... ( ; ^ )
Check out the 1913 Wisconsin license plate and the Prest - O - Lite tank.
If they're factory doors that would make the car a 1912, right?
Looks more like a young Fred Gwynne!
The position of the horn leads me to believe it was moved to make room for something else. It is a double twist horn, but the bulb is mounted inside the car, which is not something Ford did. That leads me to think the doors were added, not factory.