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- proper n. The first car made by Ford Motor Company on an assembly line. Before the Model T, cars were made painstakingly by hand.
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Channah had arranged for the kivutz lorry, a Ford Model T that had been converted to carry sheep and cows, to take us to Jericho.
Indeed, until 1927, when Model T sales collapsed, Henry Ford faced the continual problem of finding enough skilled workers in the Detroit area to man his toolmaking operations.
There was a weak correlation between church attendance and bobs, a strong correlation between bobs and Hupmobile sales, but not Packards or Model T Fords, and a very strong correlation between bobs and women in nursing careers.
The putty knife and wrench that could fix almost anything that could go wrong with a Model T were of little use by the 1980s for a broken engine-management computer or antiskid braking system.
Starting back with more or less the Model T Ford, naturally most any man that had a little adaption to being a mechanic could almost fix a unit.
The roads were muddy, the Model T Fords wouldn't run and before that, the wagons couldn't get through the mud and you are not going to build these highways unless you give these country people farm-to-market roads. "
As Ross Roberts, a Ford vice president, writes in the program, Ford is proud to participate in the restoration of the … legendary Lyric and Apollo theatres, which opened at about the same time the Model T came along.