The engine available in this car was a 117 cubic inch 4 cylinder motor making a whopping 27 horsepower. Everyone knows that the production of this car is a textbook example of the proper way to implement an assembly line, but few people know that this nearly 100 year old car could get up to 21 miles per gallon and could run on gasoline or ethanol.
Some quirky features of the Model T include the hand crank starter, which also required the retarding of the spark. If this procedure what not done correctly, the person starting the car could be seriously injured if the engine kicked back. Imagine the lawsuits Ford would be facing if they made a car like that today.
By the end of its run, nearly 15 million of these cars were produced. They were so popular that Ford had to continue making engines for them until 1941, just so people would be able to buy new replacements from the original manufacturer. These cars were truly a symbol of the industrialized world.
There are obviously many of these cars that survived. At any given time, you can find dozens of them listed on eBay. There are more listings for these cars than there are for many cars that were made 10 or 15 years ago. You can find clubs dedicated to this car all over the world and on the internet. They will help you find and swap parts. If you already know what you need, just check out what's available on eBay.