It's fairly safe to say Henry Ford is considered an American legend. He inspires images of America at its best, of products handed down from employed, work-chaffed hands to be bought by their fellow employed citizens. One hundred years ago the Model T was taking over US roadways. Ford Motor Company's Model T remains the eighth best-selling car of all time, and no car released in the last 87 years has been able to knock it from the top ten. Ford changed the way we lived and related with technology by building the very first assembly line building the first super-affordable cars. Right?
Like every legendary American, myths have grown up around Ford and his famous Tin Lizzy over the years. Some of the basics facts you thought you knew about the Model T aren't facts at all.
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