What came after the Model T?

The Model A assembly line at Ford's Rouge manufacturing complex in Dearborn, Mich., in 1928. The Model A, Ford Motor Co.'s successor to the Model T, is introduced to the public and dealers on Dec. 2, 1927.
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Which came first Model A or Model T?

Henry Ford conceived a series of cars between the founding of the company in 1903 and the introduction of the Model T. Ford named his first car the Model A and proceeded through the alphabet up through the Model T, twenty models in all. Not all the models went into production.
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What was after the Model A?

Model A production ended in March 1932, after 4,858,644 had been made in all body styles. Its successor was the Model B, which featured an updated inline four-cylinder engine, as well as the Model 18, which introduced Ford's new flathead (sidevalve) V8 engine.
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What was Ford's second car?

Soon after Henry Ford built his first automobile, the 1896 Quadricycle, he sold it to finance construction of his second car, this 1898 runabout. Ford's second car improved upon the Quadricycle in almost every respect.
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What is the difference between a Model T and a Model A?

Engine – The Ford Model T was equipped with a 177 cubic inch four-cylinder engine with 20 horsepower, with a top speed around 45 mph. The Ford Model A was equipped with a similar flat head four-cylinder engine, this one with 201 cubic inch displacement and twice the power at 40 hp and a top speed of 65 mph.
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Ford Model T - 100 Years Later

Why is a 32 Ford called a deuce?

The 1932 Ford has been admired by both enthusiasts and engineers ever since its introduction three-quarters of a century ago. Also called the Deuce because of the “2” in the model year, it was the world's first popularly priced car to offer a V8 engine.
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How much would a Model A cost today?

Finally, Fair Condition has a range between $550 - $14,300. For many auctions, the median price for a Ford Model A is approximately $19,800. It's also worth noting if someone's Model A was intended as currently driveable or is intended to just be a show car on display.
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Did Ford make the first Jeep?

Ford jeep may refer to: Ford GPW, the World War II U.S. four-wheel drive military utility vehicle, manufactured by Ford, using the "Willys" licensed design, from 1941 to 1945. Ford Pygmy, Ford's first prototype for the U.S. Army's requirement for the World War II light reconnaissance vehicle.
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When did the Model C come out?

Ford built some 800 Model C cars over the 1904-1905 model years. Ford created its new Model C based on the earlier Model A platform.
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What color was the first car?

Things were not always this gloomy. From the dawn of motoring through the 1920s, cars were painted in a full spectrum of colours, often in vivid combinations. The world's first motor vehicle, the 1886 Benz Patent-Motorwagen was green, with its fully-exposed engine finished in bright red.
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What does the T in Model T stand for?

By Tim ( www.ModelTengine.com ) on Saturday, February 02, 2008 - 06:26 pm: Henry called it Model T at my request. T stands for Tim. He was going to call it Model A, but I got him to postpone the decision for a few years.
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What was after the Model A Ford?

After letting the Model T languish for 19 years, the Model A lasted only four and was replaced by the 1932 Model B and Model 18.
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What is the rarest Model A Ford?

Rarest Model A's

No doubt the rarest Model A would be what Ford called the 400A, which over time has become the A-400 to collectors. The actual model name is "convertible sedan" and only 4,864 of them were produced, all of them in 1931.
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Why was the Model T called Tin Lizzie?

Origins of 'Tin Lizzie'

Another claim says that during a 1922 race at Pikes Peak, Colorado, participant Noel Bullock named his Model T “Old Liz,” but its unkempt state made people compare it to a tin can, earning it the “Tin Lizzie” moniker. Unexpectedly, Bullock's car won and the nickname stuck to all Model Ts.
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How many Model Ts are left?

The last Model T was built on May 26, 1927. Each style of the Model T is now housed in the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan. They are seen by thousands of visitors each year. It is estimated there are 100,000 Model T's still on the roads of the world and still running.
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Are the 2022 Mercedes out yet?

The new 2022 Mercedes-Benz C-class sedan will start at $44,600. The C300 will offer 4Matic all-wheel drive as an option and comes in Premium, Exclusive, and Pinnacle trim levels. Mercedes says the new C-class will arrive at U.S. dealerships in the spring.
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Why is there no Tesla E?

So, OK, fine we won't use Model E." Musk didn't give up on the idea and found a workaround, naming Tesla's entry-level car the Model 3—with the figure 3 being easy to read as a backward uppercase letter E.
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What is the cheapest Tesla?

The cheapest Tesla you can buy right now is the Tesla Model 3. According to their website, you can order a new rear-wheel-drive base Model 3 for a price of $48,190 with destination before any incentives. That's $2,000 more expensive than it was earlier this year following the latest round of Tesla price increases.
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What does Jeep stand for?

Another explanation is that jeep is actually an acronym for “just enough essential parts,” a nod to the simplicity and reliability of the vehicle.
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Why are jeeps called Willys?

Willys (originally pronounced /ˈwɪlɪs/, "Willis") was a brand name used by Willys–Overland Motors, an American automobile company, founded by also diplomat John North Willys, best known for its design and production of World War II era and later military jeeps (MBs), as well as civilian versions (Jeep CJs), and ...
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Who built ww2 jeeps?

Engineers working for Bantam, Willys, and Ford all contributed to the vehicle that won the U.S. military contract. Willys wasn't the only company that assembled jeeps for WWII, either—far from it. Ford built more than 300,000 GPW military jeeps in all, which amounted to roughly half of all jeeps built for WWII.
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How fast could a Model T go?

The engine was simple and efficient, with all four cylinders cast in a single block and the cylinder head detachable for easy access and repair. The engine generated 20 horsepower and propelled the car to modest top speeds of 40–45 miles per hour (65–70 km/h).
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How much is a Ford Model T worth?

Model T vehicles produced from 1909 to 1927 have sold for as much $110,000 in the last five years, according to Classic.com. Over that period of time, Model Ts have sold for an average of $16,093. The lowest during that time sold for $3,300.
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