This car is a 1921 Canadian touring car, found in Venacur Junction, near Renfrew Ontario. It was purchased from the first owner in 1953 for 100 dollars and restored in the 70's. The serial number of this car is C306151. This car is the classis balc T or Tin Lizzie as they were called in the day. This car has been a part of the family for three generations now, and is still going strong.
Canadian Model T's built after 1912 have a driver's door, while American cars do not. This was because Canadian cars were built largely for export to countries and provinces where the steering column needed to be moved to the right side, thus requiring two doors. The driver's door on the Canadian car is pretty much useless because of the brake lever on the floor to the left of the driver.