Yep, the Ford Model T was a car.
The model A Ford followed the model T Ford from 1928 to 1931.
The Model T was a car manufactured by the Ford Company and Henry T. Ford in 1908. It was the first gasoline powered car.
The first Ford was the Model T, look it up on Google Images : )The first Ford car was not the Model T. The first car Ford built was the Quadricycle. The first car sold in any numbers was the Model A not to be confused with the later car with the same model #. The Model T was the first car Ford mass produced.
Henry Ford produced the Model T Ford from 1908 to 1927.
The first Ford Model T that was built for sale was in 1908.
The Model T is one of the oldest cars in America. It was made by Ford, not GM.
Ford used letters as model names instead of words in the beginning. That car was called the Model T and that was it's name. Ford started using names as models later on in the 1930s.
The Ford Model T
I believe the Model T made Henry Ford famous. It was the first production line car.