It was published in 1910, a couple years after Ford introduced the Model T.
The Model T, which sold tens of millions before it was retired in 1927, put America on wheels.
The book offers a tour of the hundred years of the company, from the advent of the Model T to the sleek Taurus.
A century after the Model T took the nation by storm, could the same process be happening with electric cars?
Ford, of course, is associated with the democratization of the automobile; the Model T was the first mass-owned car.
He finally stopped production of the Model T after building 15 million of them, far too late, in 1927.
Henry Ford used to say that his customers could order a Model T in any color, so long as it was black.
Ford came under more and more pressure to change the Model T, and the idea was agony to him.
Henry Ford used to say that customers could get the Model T in any color, so long as it was black.
H is a swinging frame, carrying the Model T of a shoe last, and a roughed-out block U, partly converted into a shoe last.