Packard A History of the Motor Car and the Company Automobile Quarterly Magnificent Marque Books

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Packard A History of the Motor Car and the Company Automobile Quarterly Magnificent Marque Books

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History Brief: The Rise of the Automobile

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Few technological innovations have changed America as profoundly as the automobile. How did the car change America? Did everyone like this new conveyance?

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The History of the Automobile

July 9, 2017 by  
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The early British vehicles of the late 19th century relied mainly upon developments from Germany and France. By 1900 however, the first all-British 4-wheel car had been designed and built by Herbert Austin as manager of The Wolseley Sheep Shearing Machine Company. In 1901, backed by (Vickers Limited) brothers ‘Colonel Tom’ and Albert Vickers, Austin started what became Wolseley Motors Limited in Birmingham and UK’s largest car manufacturer until Ford in 1913.
The great bulk of the pioneering car producers, many of them from the bicycle industry, got off to a shaky start. Of the 200 British makes of car that had been launched up until 1913, only about 100 of the firms were still in existence. In 1910 UK vehicle production was 14,000 units. By 1913 Henry Ford had built a new factory in Manchester and was the leading UK producer, building 7310 cars that year, followed by Wolseley at 3000, Humber (making cars since 1898 in Coventry) at 2500, Rover (Coventry car maker since 1904) at 1800 and Sunbeam (producing cars since 1901) at 1700, with the plethora of smaller producers bringing the 1913 total up to about 16,000 vehicles. Car production virtually came to an end during the war years 1914–1918, although the requirements of war production led to the development of new mass-production techniques in the motor industry.
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The History of American Vehicles

July 3, 2017 by  
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Around the time Henry Ford was building his first car, so was Ransom Olds, father of the famous American Oldsmobile.

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But it was Ford who would establish the forty hour working week within his factories and introduce mass production via his moving assembly lines, heralding a new era for industry. The United States embraced the motor car in a big way, and by the mid nineteen sixties, no one walked anywhere anymore. The country that gave us the shopping mall also gave us the parking lot, and drive-through convenience. It seemed like just about
anything could be done in a car, from watching movies to dining to traveling long distance, as with the popularity of the motor car came Motor Inns, also called Motels!
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Early British vehicles relied on developments from Germany and France, but by the turn of the century the first all British automobile was manufactured by the Woolsley Tool and Motor Car Company.

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The Baby Austin becoming available in 1922, selling for 225 pounds, putting it in reach of people previously unable to afford to buy a motor car. In 1929 the big names in car manufacturing were Morris, founded by William Morris, and Austin, and between them they were responsible for 60% of the cars on the roads in Britain. However, there is no more famous name in British motor car manufacturing than Rolls Royce, maker of some of the best luxury cars in the world.
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The American Road – A History of the Automobile in the USA 40540 HD

May 20, 2017 by  
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One of the great films produced using footage from the Henry Ford Collection at National Archives and featuring a soundtrack by famed composer Alex North, THE AMERICAN ROAD shows how the automobile has been an integral part of the American way of life for over a century. The film documents the birth of the automobile and the growing dependence upon vehicles and roads. Produced by Ford Motor Company, this film is an ode to one of the most important inventions in human history, and contains excellent information about the revolutionary Ford Model T. At times melodramatic, especially in the reenactments, this film presents an interesting look at the evolution of the automobile and the road.

This film is part of the Periscope Film LLC archive, one of the largest historic military, transportation, and aviation stock footage collections in the USA. Entirely film backed, this material is available for licensing in 24p HD. For more information visit http://www.PeriscopeFilm.com

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