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Most Iconic Classic American Cars

24/7 Wall St. Logo By John Harrington of 24/7 Wall St. | Slide 2 of 27: Henry Ford revolutionized industrial production with his assembly line concept that churned out over 15 million Model Ts from 1908 to 1927. Called the "Tin Lizzie." the car was cheap and simple to make, though its top speed was only 45 mph. The Model T democratized driving for Americans and changed the course of automotive history. At one point in the early 1920s, about half of the world's cars were Model Ts.

1. Ford Model T

Henry Ford revolutionized industrial production with his assembly line concept that churned out over 15 million Model Ts from 1908 to 1927. Called the "Tin Lizzie." the car was cheap and simple to make, though its top speed was only 45 mph. The Model T democratized driving for Americans and changed the course of automotive history. At one point in the early 1920s, about half of the world's cars were Model Ts.

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