It changed America forever 100 years ago. The legacy of the Ford Model Tall is being celebrated this week all around the country, including the Tallahassee Auto Museum.
The museum says, back in the day of the Model T, Henry Ford was one of the first to mass produce the auto mobile. It all started with the Model T, affectionately dubbed, Tin Lizzie.
DeVoe Moore, the owner of the Tallahassee Auto Museum said, "Henry's the one who put the wheels on the road. He made America with automobiles. Back in the days of the T models and the A models, Henry Ford had produced over half the cars in the world." The Tallahassee Auto Museum has several of the classics on display in its showroom. You can find a convenient link to the Auto Museum's web site below for more information on their showroom.
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