Ford Motor's history in Louisville through the years

Jan 30, 2014 Full story: The Courier-Journal

Output reaches 12 Model T bodies a day. 1916: Production starts in a four-story brick building on South Third Street, where 7,000 vehicles a year are assembled.

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Darryl Isaacs

Eddy, TX

#1 Jan 31, 2014
An interesting timeline, thanks for sharing. I remember when some of these events happened. Ford manufactures many popular vehicles, and has been part of my state's (Kentucky) history for a long time now. http://www.isaacsandisaacs.com/blog

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