U-h-h-h...yoo-hoo!,...Mr. Dufus!.....The Model T was the resultant popular Model AFTER the Model A, B...prototypes and short run productions.<quoted text>
You're hopeless. The Model T begat the Model A, the Model B, the Model 48, etc.
Point is, Ford, followed by the creation of auto unions of the 1930's, establised good wages, which made workers better consumers. In steel, rubber, coal, etc. After the War, it all came together, as workers had the highest relative wages of the postwar era. The reason our economy failed is that average wages went down, after inflation.
All due to people like Reagan, who began the wealth transfer to the already wealthy. When the biggest retailer in America has it's employees on Medicaid and Foodstamps because they don't make enough in salary is why the economy collapsed, something is very wrong.
And you don't get it. No surprise there.
"There's nothing surer,
the rich get rich and the poor get poorer,
in the meantime, in between time, ain't we got fun!"
True then, true now.
Wiki - Ford Model T: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Model_T
"There were several cars produced or prototyped by Henry Ford from the founding of the company in 1903 until the Model T came along. Although he started with the Model A, there were not 19 production models (A through T); some were only prototypes."
You sure do meander a lot from undocumented opinion BS to undocumented half-truths and back to BS and more half-truths only to settle on Reagan-Bashing and ...low wages led to the economic collapse?
Stick with the puppet show. You'll never hit the big time, Dood:>