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THE MODEL T FORD Price in 1925 was $424 It had a 4 cylinder engine and had 20 H.P. It weighed 540 kg Its top speed was 64 km/h It had a hand crank starter AUTOMOBILES OF CANADA IN THE 1920’S

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the model t ford
THE MODEL T FORD
  • Price in 1925 was $424
  • It had a 4 cylinder engine and had 20 H.P.
  • It weighed 540 kg
  • Its top speed was 64 km/h
  • It had a hand crank starter
automobiles of canada in the 1920 s
AUTOMOBILES OF CANADA IN THE 1920’S
  • Montreal.. Bourassa six, Durant, Lavoie, Wright ford, Hupmobile, McLaughlin (renamed Plymouth) , Buick.
  • Stratford…Brooks steamer.
  • Windsor….Chrysler, Chevrolet.
  • Saskatoon….Derby.
  • Toronto….Dodge ( part of Chrysler)
aids to motoring
Aids to motoring
  • Towrope, passengers, reverse gear, coal oil, electric light bulbs, shovels, Tire chains, box of sand, automobile on blocks, horse and cutter
more about the model t
More about the model T
  • Most common car is the model T Ford, attracted buyers not so much for its often exaggerated durability as for its low purchase price and cheap maintenance, almost anyone could repair their own car
  • they had no water pumps, as a result , the oil thinned out at high speeds and caused the pistons of the main bearing of the engine to burn out
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  • The model T also became the workhouse of the farmer, who employed the auto or its engine in many farm operations.
  • By 1928 one out of every two Canadian homes had an automobile.
bootleggers and cars
bootleggers and cars

The Studebaker six, a powerful and solid car was popular with bootleggers

chevrolet in the 1920 s
Chevrolet in the 1920’s

Chevrolet was not driven on the sand because it was likely to break an axle

speed limit in 1921
Speed limit in 1921
  •  Quebec.....40 km/h
  • Prince Edward Island... 24 km/h
  • Nova Scotia....40 km/h
  • Ontario...........40 km/h
  • British Columbia....48 km/h
auto mobile registration in canada
Auto mobile registration in Canada
  • Canada (1920......407 064)
  • nova Scotia.....22 853 in 1925
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