Ford Model T

Ford Model T

The popular model of the American automobile factory was the first mass-produced car in the world.



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  • Which city was the centre of American automobile production at the beginning of the 20th century?
  • Is it true that Henry Ford was an inventor with over 100 American patents?
  • Is it true that Henry Ford was one of the richest and most famous people of the era?
  • What was the name of Henry Ford's automobile factory?
  • Finish Henry Ford's famous quote: 'Any customer can have a car painted any colour that he wants - ...'
  • How many automobiles were produced daily in the Ford factory in 1920?
  • How many vehicles (automobiles, tractors, lorries) were produced by the Ford factory in 1924?
  • Which statement is not true about Henry Ford?
  • When was the Ford Motor Company founded?
  • What was the maximum speed of Henry Ford's first petrol-engined buggy?
  • Which was not one of the pioneering achievements of the\nFord Motor Company?
  • In what respect was the Model T a first?
  • What was not a feature of the Model T?
  • When was the Model T produced?
  • In which country was the Model T NOT produced?
  • What was the nickname of the Ford Model T?
  • What was originally the colour of all Ford Model T automobiles?
  • Why was the Model T only available in black?
  • In which colour was the Model T never available?
  • How many horsepowers did the Model T's engine produce?
  • What material was the Model T's bodywork made of before 1911?
  • What material was the Model T's bodywork made of after 1911?
  • What was a Model T produced in 1912 not equipped with?


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