Ford Motor Company Model T assembly line, Louisville, Kentucky, 1925. :: Caufield & Shook Collection

Ford Motor Company Model T assembly line, Louisville, Kentucky, 1925. :: Caufield & Shook Collection

1934 Ford 3 Window Coupe - (Ford Motor Company, Dearborn, Michigan 1903-present).  The password for windows 10 is pcc2014

1934 Ford 3 Window Coupe - (Ford Motor Company, Dearborn, Michigan 1903-present). The password for windows 10 is pcc2014

The 1955 Lincoln Futura was a concept car designed by the Lincoln division of Ford Motor Company. Hand-built by Ghia in Turin, Italy and designed by Bill Schmidt and John Najjar for $250,000. After buying the car from Ford for $1, legendary customizer George Barris made modifications and transformed the car into the Batmobile, for the 1966 TV series Batman.

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The 1955 Lincoln Futura was a concept car designed by the Lincoln division of Ford Motor Company. Hand-built by Ghia in Turin, Italy and designed by Bill Schmidt and John Najjar for $250,000. After buying the car from Ford for $1, legendary customizer George Barris made modifications and transformed the car into the Batmobile, for the 1966 TV series Batman.

1942 Ford Super Deluxe convertible - (Ford Motor Company, Dearborn, Michigan 1903-present)

1942 Ford Super Deluxe convertible - (Ford Motor Company, Dearborn, Michigan 1903-present)

On July 23, 1903 the Ford Motor Company sold its first car. Ernest Pfenning of Chicago became Ford's first car owner.

On July 23, 1903 the Ford Motor Company sold its first car. Ernest Pfenning of Chicago became Ford's first car owner.

Ford Motor Company F-100 Pickups Trucks Tin Sign from AllPosters.com

Ford Motor Company F-100 Pickups Trucks

Ford Motor Company F-100 Pickups Trucks Tin Sign from AllPosters.com

View inside the Ford Motor Company factory with rows of new Model T motor cars

View inside the Ford Motor Company factory with rows of new Model T motor cars

The History of Ford Motor. America’s Greatest Cars: Ford Motor Company

The History of Ford Motor. America’s Greatest Cars: Ford Motor Company

Something borrowed, something blue, something old, something new! The evolution of the Ford Motor Company logo. what can I say, I like Ford! don't know why, but its true

Great Stories Behind Popular Logo Evolutions

Something borrowed, something blue, something old, something new! The evolution of the Ford Motor Company logo. what can I say, I like Ford! don't know why, but its true

The photo above shows the body-drop station on the assembly line at the Ford Motor Company River Rouge Complex in 1939. This complex may have been the world’s largest and most famous auto manufacturing and assembly plant in the world.

The photo above shows the body-drop station on the assembly line at the Ford Motor Company River Rouge Complex in 1939. This complex may have been the world’s largest and most famous auto manufacturing and assembly plant in the world.

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