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Ford First Automobile 1896 Quadricycle 8x10 Reprint Of Old Photo 2

Ford First Automobile 1896 Quadricycle 8x10 Reprint Of Old Photo 2

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Ford First Automobile 1896 Quadricycle Photo Cars 2


Ford Automobile, in front of shed where first Ford was made in 1896. The Ford Quadricycle was the first vehicle developed by Henry Ford. On June 4, 1896 in a tiny workshop behind his home on 58 Bagley Avenue, Ford put the finishing touches on his gasoline-powered motor car. After more than two years of experimentation, Ford, at the age of 32, had completed his first experimental automobile. He dubbed his creation the "Quadricycle," so named because it ran on four bicycle tires. The success of the little vehicle led to the founding of the Henry Ford Company and then later the Ford Motor Company in 1903. The Quadricycle was driven by a chain. The transmission only had two gears (first for 10 mph (16 km/h), 2nd for 20 mph (32 km/h)) and did not have a reverse gear. The tiller-steered machine had wire wheels and a 3 US gal (11 L) fuel tank under the seat.[1] Ford test drove it on June 4, 1896, after various test drives, achieving a top speed of 20 mph (32 km/h). Today the original Quadricycle resides at the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan.

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This is an excellent reproduction of an old photo on quality photography paper not cheap ink jet stock. Size 8x10 Reprint Of inches. Reproduced photo is in mint condition. This photo will be shipped protected in a padded mailer. Check out my other photo's and vintage collection in my Shopify Store. Please note the Photoseeum fine print in the foreground of all the photos will not be in the printed version you purchase. All of our photos are developed in photo labs, using the finest photography stock available such as Kodak & Fuji or other quality brand name product. We do not print off our photos on cheap inkjet home printers, like so many other photo sellers here on Shopify. The old saying here get what you pay for.

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