Ford Model T (1919)
Vehicle descriptionAfter spending his formative years as a motor manufacturer experimenting with a variety of models, Henry Ford shrunk the company's range down to just one - the legendary Model T, destined to become the world's first truly mass-produced automobile. Introduced in October 1908, the Model T boasted a simple 100"-wheelbase chassis that contrived to be both lightweight and durable thanks to the pioneering use of vanadium steel. The chassis' track width of 56" was the same as that of a horse-drawn wagon, thereby enabling the Model T safely to negotiate rutted dirt roads.
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