Ford's Model T (commonly known as Tin LizzieTin Liesel) was the world's first production car. Production takes place on the assembly line of a series model specially developed for this purpose. Between 1908 and 1927, 15 million units were produced in the USA, making it the best-selling car in the world until the Volkswagen Beetle took the title in 1972. In the 2020s, around one percent of the vehicles manufactured still exist!Henry Ford designed the T-Fordas it is often called T-Ford by its current owners to be simple to operate and easy to repair, which is why the car does not have a conventional clutch and gear stick was equipped. The engine has neither a coolant pump, oil filter, fuel pump nor an oil dipstick. Regardless, fuel gauges were uncommon at the time, and car heaters didn't exist until the 1930s. The construction is simple and almost all repairs can be carried out without special tools. At that time, replacement parts could be ordered at any hardware store in the United States. Ford recognized that for industrial mass production, all components had to be manufactured to consistently high quality and with tight tolerances to enable smooth assembly on the assembly line. This made him, along with Frederick Taylor, a pioneer in quality assurance. Thanks to its simple construction, consistent series production and high-quality materials such as vanadium alloy steel for the front axle, the Model T was more reliable and durable than the hand-built cars of the time. Intermediate and mistakes reserved. The vehicle description only serves to generally identify the vehicle and does not represent a warranty in the sense of sales law. You can obtain the exact scope of equipment from our sales staff. Please contact us.