The Ford Focus and Ford F150 both share a common ancestor: The Ford Model T. Originally manufactured between 1908–1927, the Model T quickly became a symbol of American productivity and ingenuity. Henry Ford wanted to create a car that was affordable to everyone in the United States. Thanks to his dream, we now have a variety of different Ford vehicles available everywhere — from West Valley City, Utah throughout the Midwest.
The Model T was the most popular car in America during the early 1920s; so popular, in fact, that Ford didn’t purchase any advertising from 1917 – 1923. Here’s what made the Ford Model T such a wildly successful commercial success during the early 20th century.