Between 1908 and 1927, the Ford factory in Detroit USA produced 15 million "Tin Lizzies" - the first affordable automobile "for the multitudes". They were raced, used as tractors, and discovered the world through family picnics. At $360, it was the best deal in town!
This 1924 van version has a 2.9 litre engine and a 2-speed gearbox with "planet and sun" gears, still modern today. This car's brilliant simplicity was its hallmark.