Industrial Revolution. 1927 20 horse power Ended production May 26 1927. The model could not keep up with the changing times. What could have been done to keep the Model T up to par with other cars? Think of cars today.
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Ended production May 26 1927. The model could not keep up with the changing times.
What could have been done to keep the Model T up to par with other cars? Think of cars today.
British made. 10.5 horse power. Very much like the Model T, very reliable. It was exported to Japan.
Was the exportation to Japan successful?
1913 10 horse power. French made. This was an attempt to compete or answer the Model T.
Why would a European company attempt to compete with the popular Model T?
1918 20 horse power. In the 1910’s began to challenge the Model T in popularity, but did not succeed.
What are some possible explanations as to why the Chevy was not able to fully compete with the Ford Model T?
Compare these two paintings. What does each make a statement of?
Which painting was made before the industrial revolution and which after the beginning of the revolution?
What were working conditions like during the industrial revolution? What helped to change these conditions? What people were involved in these conditions?