Row of completed "Tin Lizzies" or Model T's come off the Ford assembly line, circa 1917.
flipFlip to Henry Ford, c. 1919.
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Photographic print on stereo card, stereograph of cars on an assembly line.

Credit: Library of Congress

The Ford Motor Company produced Model Ts at its plant at Broad and Lehigh Streets in Philadelphia until the end of Model T production in 1927. After closing its Philadelphia plant, Ford opened an assembly plant in Chester, PA, that supplied cars to East coast dealers and for foreign export until 1961.

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