Sounds sexy... optional 3rd row seating... Sounds like Tesla chose the right car to imitate. Shame we don't get the umbrella holders.The Model S was another adaptation of the Model N. Ford's last right-hand-steering model, it featured a more modern cowl, with hood and fenders that flowed into full running boards. Another notable difference was the optional extra third mother-in-law seat behind the front bench. The basic model sold for $700. Extras such as a convertible top, gas lamps, as well as umbrella holders were available. 3750 cars were sold between 1907 and 1909.