Don’T Worry Bout The Car I Drive

You know what they say don’t judge a book by its cover. The same can be said for people and the cars they drive. Just because someone drives a flashy car doesn’t mean they’re a bad person. And just because someone drives an old beat-up car doesn’t mean they’re a good person. You can’t always judge a person by the car they drive.

Of course there are exceptions to this rule. If someone is driving a stolen car then they’re probably a bad person. If someone is driving a car that’s covered in racist or offensive bumper stickers then they’re probably not a good person. But for the most part you can’t judge a person by the car they drive.

So the next time you see someone driving a car that you think is too nice for them or a car that you think is too crappy for them don’t judge them. You don’t know their story. Maybe they’re going through a tough time and can’t afford a better car. Or maybe they just got a great deal on the car. Whatever the reason it’s not your place to judge.

What is the name of the first car that Henry Ford mass-produced?

The Model T

When was the Model T first produced?

October 1 1908

How many Model Ts were sold between 1908 and 1927?

15007034

How did the Model T get its name?

Ford named it after theModel T speedster which he had previously produced.

What was the Model T’s top speed?

45 mph

How much did the Model T cost when it was first introduced?

$825

How much did the Model T cost by the time it was discontinued?

$260

What was the primary reason for the decrease in price of the Model T?

Ford decreased the price of the car due to increased production efficiency and economies of scale.

Where was the Model T originally produced?

Piquette Plant Detroit Michigan

Where was the Model T eventually produced?

Highland Park Plant Michigan

Why was the move to the Highland Park Plant necessary?

The Piquette Plant was becoming too small to keep up with the demand for the Model T.

How many plants were producing the Model T by 1913?

There were 4 plants producing the Model T by 1913.

How did the production of the Model T change over its lifespan?

The Model T was initially produced using a assembly line but eventually became available as a kit that could be assembled at home.

What was the largest market for the Model T?

The United States

What was the most popular color for the Model T?

Black

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