Will you have any problems getting "rego"? I know the rules are different to the UK.
the parts used in this build are either genuine Model T Ford, genuine era correct performance parts, or reproductions of both, the thing "should" qualify for the Historic Registration Scheme here in NSW.
The oldest part on it is the front spring dating to 1912 and the newest are the wheels, at 1928. Everything else is between those two dates and the body style is "around" 1915.
About 15 years ago I restored a 1921 Model T that has been in our family since 1964. It was during that restoration that I fell for and realised I could build, a model T Speedster.
So this project is the end product of a dream, I suppose. I've attached a photo of our other T. A long-ish but humorous story goes with the car. Maybe, another time, I'll post it here.