Henry Ford's Secret Model T Room Revealed

September 24, 2017

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Automotive history buffs visited Ford's Piquette Avenue plant in Detroit on Sunday to see the newly reconstructed Secret Experimental Room where Henry Ford and a small hand-picked team of engineers developed the Model T beginning in 1907. The first 12,000 Model Ts were built at the Piquette plant before production launched a few miles away in 1910 at the much larger Highland Park plant, where the assembly line revolutionized vehicle production.

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