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John Stelmach

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Pete Regeski

on 29 January 2018

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Transcript of John Stelmach

Henry Fords first assembly line was in 1913
1914 he added a mechanized belt that
chugged along at a speed of six feet per minute.
June 4, 1924, the 10-millionth Model T rolled off the Highland Park assembly line.
"Fords assembly starts rolling"
"Fords assembly line starts rolling"
"Fords assembly line starts rolling"
Though the Model T did not last much longer–by the middle of the 1920s, customers wanted a car that was inexpensive and had all the bells and whistles that the Model T scorned–it had ushered in the era of the automobile for everyone.
"Fords assembly line starts rolling"
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