Before Henry Ford’s formidable contribution to the business of cars, most people walked to work as a result of the mostly inaccessible price tag of buying and owning a car. Once Ford introduced assembly line production methods, the average person could finally afford one and even replace its parts when necessary, too. Enter: The Ford Model T, in production from 1908-1927. Watch this short video for some other iconic Ford models—the automotive type, not human.
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