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Yes, cars were becoming popular in 1914.


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100 years ago would be 1914. In 1914 the best selling car, the Ford Model T, had a top speed of 40 to 45 mph. Most cars of that year had from 20 to 35 HP. There were cars that were faster like the 1914 Stutz Bearcat which had 60 HP. and a top speed of around 75 mph.

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Ok the transpot in the 1900-1914 is not as bad as we think. mostly people travelled in horses and some rich people managed to buy cars. Electric trams were also introduced but not many people preffered that.

When the Model T was introduced in 1908, it was only available in 4 colors, none of which were black. From 1908 to 1914 the Model T was available in green, blue, red, and grey. In 1912, all Model T cars were midnight blue with black fenders. It wasn't until 1914 that Model Ts were offered in black.

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L'oro maledetto - 1914 was released on: Italy: February 1914 Spain: March 1914 France: April 1914 USA: May 1914

== == They used horse and carts, motor cars and steam trains Train's weren't rare at all, in fact the transport system in Victoria was quite large. Cars in that time were imported from America, Britain, Germany and France In Britain and the USA there were more than 100 different manufacturers of cars at that time.

Smarrito nell'ombra - 1914 was released on: Italy: January 1914 Spain: February 1914 France: 13 March 1914 USA: 26 March 1914

Temptation - 1914 was released on: UK: May 1914 USA: September 1914

Il supplizio dei leoni - 1914 was released on: Italy: 1914 Spain: March 1914 France: May 1914 USA: July 1914

Il film rivelatore - 1914 was released on: France: June 1914 Italy: June 1914 Spain: July 1914 USA: 26 August 1914

Il faro spento - 1914 was released on: Spain: May 1914 France: June 1914 UK: June 1914 USA: 18 August 1914

La Busta nera - 1914 was released on: Italy: May 1914 Spain: June 1914 France: July 1914 USA: 21 November 1914

La rivincita - 1914 was released on: Italy: June 1914 USA: August 1914 UK: 24 August 1914

For King and Country - 1914 was released on: UK: October 1914 USA: November 1914 USA: 2 November 1914

Picturesque Normandy - 1914 was released on: UK: 1914 France: 25 June 1914 USA: 25 August 1914

BMW was officially founded the company in 1914 , but the real assets of the founding of the company name back to 1880. the company started manufacturing aircraft engines in the first years of its establishment. in 1923 the company has produced motorcycles, and in 1929 began manufacturing cars.

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