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Ford Model B (1904)
... See also Ford Model B (1932) Ford Model B Manufacturer Ford Motor Company Production 1904–1906 500 produced Predecessor Ford Model A Successor Ford ... Designer(s) Henry Ford Ford Model B was an upscale touring car (with polished wood and brass trim) introduced in 1904 ... It was Ford's first car to use the front-engine layout, with a large 24 hp 4-cylinder engine positioned at the front behind a conventional radiator ...
Stunt Racer 64 - Cars
... Stunt Racer 64 Description / Real-Life Equivalent Starter Cars Z-Bucket Ford Model A in a semi-fenderless 1960s hot-rod style ... The name is a play on "T-Bucket," a hot rod built from a Ford Model T Warbird Light Ford Thunderbird (First generation) Del Raye 1959 Chevrolet Bel Air Stottlemeyer 1950 ...
Reynolds-Alberta Museum - The Transportation Collection - Automobiles
... Curved Dash Runabout (restored) 1905 Waltham-Orient Buckboard 1906 REO Model A Light Touring 1908 Mitchell G Roadster 1908 Holsman 1908 Thomas Flyer (Replica) 1909 Tudhope Model 109 Delivery Wagon 1910 ...
List Of Automobile Sales By Model - F
... Ford Aerostar 1986-97 2,029,577 in two generations ... Ford CE14 platform 1981–90 Approximately 4,170,000 over two marques not counting the longer wheelbased Ford Tempo and Mercury Topaz ... Ford Cortina 1962–82 Over 4,300,000 in five generations ...
Economy Car - History - Pre-war
... before it was launched, the 1908–1927 Ford Model T is considered to be the first true economy car, because the very few previous vehicles at the bottom of the market were 'horseless carriages' rather than ... at the time had little interest in low-priced models ... French car maker Panhard and so did the Model T ...

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