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    1 : The History of Ford Automobiles By: Susan Pannill
    2 : The original Model A, also called the Fordmobile, was the first car produced by Ford beginning in 1903. Dr. Ernst Pfenning of Chicago, Illinois became the first owner of a Model A on July 23, 1903. 1,750 cars were made from 1903-1905.
    3 : On May 26, 1916, Henry Ford watched the fifteen millionth Model T roll off the assembly line at his factory in Highland Park, Michigan. There he climbed into the car with his son Edsel, the president of Ford Motor Company.
    4 : 1927 Ford Model T Roadster 1927 was the last year for the Ford Model T. This great looking 1927 Ford Model T Roadster has the optional double bar bumpers, nickle plated radiator shell and white wall tires. Late 1927 Model Ts had a crossbar between the headlights, this one may have been built earlier in the year.
    5 : 1930 Ford Model A Tudor Sedan The 1930 Ford Model A Tudor Sedan remained one of the most popular body styles for 1930. This one has an auxiliary trunk in place and side mount spare tires.
    6 : 1940 Ford Deluxe Convertible Coupe The five passenger Convertible Coupe returned as a Ford model in 1940. Deluxe models continued using the 85hp Flathead V8 engine. Wing vent windows in the doors were a new feature as was a column mounted shift lever.
    7 : 1953 Ford F-100 Pickup Truck This 1953 Ford-100 pickup truck is riding on lowered suspension and custom wheels. The V8 engine under the hood should provide plenty of hauling power.
    8 : 1965 Ford Custom Police Car Ok, this may not always have been the 1965 Ford Custom sedan we wanted to see in our rear view mirrors, but we want to say thanks to the men and women who drove these cruisers in an effort to keep our highways safe, and us alive.
    9 : 1972 Ford Gran Torino Sport This 1972 Ford Gran Torino Sport is one of those one owner cars that retain their owner’s loyalty for decades. It has the 351 CJ 4bl with 4 speed transmition, traction-loc with 4:57 gears (3:50 from factory). No power steering, or brakes, or air conditioning.
    10 : On January 7, 1990, Ford Motor Company announced that driver and front passenger airbags would be standard equipment on all Ford and Lincoln-Mercury vehicles sold in North America by the mid 1990s. Ford was the first U.S. auto maker to announce such an objective and achieve it on June 1, 1993.
    11 : 2005 Ford Mustang GT The 2005 Mustang GT is the first mainstream production Mustang to break into the 300-horsepower arena. The 4.6-liter aluminum V-8 has three-valve per cylinder and cranks out 300 horsepower and 320 lb.-ft. of torque.
    12 : Images Reference List Slide One: Retrieved October 12, 2004. Slide Two-Ten: Retrieved October 12, 2004 Slide Eleven: Retrieved October, 12, 2004.

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