Customers can have the Model T in any color, so long as it's black" said Henry Ford. While Henry Ford didn't manufacture the first automobile, he was the first to mass produce a car on a moving assembly line with interchangable parts.
These revolutionary improvements in manufacturing allowed Ford to make a "economy car" that could be bought by the average person. The "Tin Lizze" as it became known, put the nation on wheels and changed the social fabric of America.
This 2 view Digital Portrait features a 3/4 front and rear view, showcasing the brass radiator and components, capturing the "horseless carriage" charm of the iconic Model T.