I would have to say that the radiator is a later one. Wouldn't you?
Looks like a Tourabout from the Highland Park Plant.
The three tier sidelights are early as are the headlights. The would have been during the winged script radiator period right?
1910 style running boards and rear guard butterfly arms
Herb I believe so, this poor car is sure beat up. The Brown 60 3-tiered lamps were used through 1910, but they look different from the one's pictured here. Here's a bit of commentary on the radiators from the encyclopedia, left a bit to interpretation naturally.
The same as 1909. Standard Ford script used in addition to “winged.” Supplied by McCord and Detroit until about 17,000. Ford began making radiators beginning about 12,000, and supplied all after about 17,000. It may be the Ford brand that began the standard “Ford” script on the upper tank. Mounted with studs instead of screws. About mid-year, 1910, a number of modifications were made, including a higher filler neck and the addition of the support bar across the lower part of the radiator core.