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"Si le hubiera preguntado a la gente qué querían, me habrían dicho que un caballo más rápido"  Henry Ford

"Si le hubiera preguntado a la gente qué querían, me habrían dicho que un caballo más rápido" Henry Ford

Ford Model T 1910 - The first cabriolet, Thanks Mr. Ford.

Ford Model T 1910 - The first cabriolet, Thanks Mr. Ford.

Henry Ford With His 1st Automobile C. 1933

Henry Ford With His 1st Automobile C. 1933

1926 Model T Ford Tudor Sedan. | Cars: From the beginning until ...

1926 Model T Ford Tudor Sedan. | Cars: From the beginning until ...

Thomas Alva Edison * izquierda * y Henry Ford * derecha * . Dos de los mas grandes inventores de todos los tiempos // . . .Thomas Edison (left) and Henry Ford (right)

Thomas Alva Edison * izquierda * y Henry Ford * derecha * . Dos de los mas grandes inventores de todos los tiempos // . . .Thomas Edison (left) and Henry Ford (right)

factory ford old photo - Cerca con Google

factory ford old photo - Cerca con Google

FOTOGRAFÍA DE 1888 . Fotos antiguas de Londres.

FOTOGRAFÍA DE 1888 . Fotos antiguas de Londres.

Ford delivers its first car, July 23 1903. pic.twitter.com/qjGg4kEEVu

Ford delivers its first car, July 23 1903. pic.twitter.com/qjGg4kEEVu

First Auto Assembly Line. A little-known building on the outskirts of Detroit, Michigan, was once home the to the first automobile production facility in the world to feature an assembly line. Ford’s claim to fame began in the Highland Park Ford Plant in the early 1900s in this revolutionary building that now sits essentially abandoned. Currently the structure is used to house assorted documents and artifacts. A sad end to the history of Henry Ford who would turn over in disgust in his…

First Auto Assembly Line. A little-known building on the outskirts of Detroit, Michigan, was once home the to the first automobile production facility in the world to feature an assembly line. Ford’s claim to fame began in the Highland Park Ford Plant in the early 1900s in this revolutionary building that now sits essentially abandoned. Currently the structure is used to house assorted documents and artifacts. A sad end to the history of Henry Ford who would turn over in disgust in his…

Ford Motor Company Model T assembly line, Louisville, Kentucky, 1925. :: Caufield & Shook Collection

Ford Motor Company Model T assembly line, Louisville, Kentucky, 1925. :: Caufield & Shook Collection

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