As nice as the car has evolved, e.g. with a starter and a much better finish (see picture!), it's all over. Sales are less and less and Henry Ford is standing there without potential successor car. He closed the factory for nine months, dismisses his workers and developed with his team a new car in the time, the model A.
However, the breaking all records when presenting. The gigantic dealer network, which could offer at the time no new cars, breathes again. By the way, the engines of the Model T e.g. were produced for the supply of spare parts until well into the 40s.
The second picture shows what all you can still start with the remains of a T-model. Often this happens after an accident with total loss. Thus, e.g. all Speedster variants are remodellings, because the factory itself never made some. Here you can see a much more practical secondary use. If you suspect that this is a circular saw, then you are correct. However, it sawed no wood but ice.
A refrigerator in the kitchen, there is not that long. In order food to keep fresh before this time, one used ice that e.g. was sold in North America from door to door. The state of Maine with its lakes and corresponding temperatures is one of the largest ice-exporters at the time. And in this case the T engine helps to cut it. 08/13