Ford T. Black cabriolet 

The Model T was designed by Childe Harold Wills, and Hungarian immigrants Joseph A. Galamb and Eugene Farkas. Henry Love, C. J. Smith, Gus Degner and Peter E. Martin were also part of the team. Production of the Model T began in the third quarter of 1908.

Collectors today sometimes classify Model Ts by build years and refer to these as “model years,” thus labeling the first Model Ts as 1909 models. This is a retroactive classification scheme; the concept of model years as understood today did not exist at the time. The nominal model designation was “Model T,” although design revisions did occur during the car’s two decades of production.

Years of production: 1908-1927

Made in USA

Power: 20 HP

Max. speed: 75 km/h

Engine: 2892 cc; 4 cylinders

Fuel consumption: 20 L/100 km

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