Introduction of Ford Motors

  • Ford's first car

    Henry Ford's first vehicle was made which rode on four bicycle wheels and was powered by a four-horsepower engine. Instead of a steering wheel, the Quadricycle had a tiller. The gearbox had only two forward gears with no reverse
  • Ford bought out Lincoln

    Ford purchased Lincoln from Henry Leland, his former business associate from the Detroit Automobile Company. Since then, Lincoln has produced many luxury cars of historical and aesthetic note
  • Ford begins making jeeps for the army

    The vehicles were nicknamed for their general-purpose designation
  • Edsel Dies

    After his death, Henry Ford returned to his former position as president of Ford Motor Company
  • Henry Ford II came into charge

    The son of Edsel and the grandson of Henry Ford, Henry Ford II, served as president from 1945 to 1960 and as chairman and CEO from 1960 to 1979. When Henry II took over, the company and its bookkeeping practices was very crazy.
  • Mustang!!!

    The Mustang was a huge success, and today it remains one of the fastest-selling vehicles in history.
  • 100th anniversary

    Ford celebrates 100 successful years of producing cars.