If you want to do VPN over the T1 you certainly can do so. But I am not sure why you would want to do this. Most of the time people do VPN because they are sending information over untrusted links. But a T1 originates in your network and terminates in your network and so most people would regard this as a trusted link. Is there a reason that you want to run VPN over the T1? If there is a reason it is certainly possible to run VPN over the T1.
As to the relationship between HSRP and VPN they are quite different things. The VPN is not associated with the hot standby process. It is hard to give exact answers without knowing a bit more about your environment and your requirements. But usually you would run a separate VPN on each of the routers.
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