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FORD
Model C

1904 - 1905
United States

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History of the FORD Model C

Both Models A and C were produced at the same time, but the Model A could also be bought with a Model C engine, an option called the AC. The Model C engine was an opposed twin giving 8 hp (6 kW) at first and 10 hp (7 kW) by 1905, with a claimed top speed of 38 mph (61 km/h).[1] The Model C two-seater was marketed as a 'Doctor's Car' and sold for $850, compared to the high-volume Oldsmobile Runabout at US$650,[2] Western's Gale Model A at US$500,[3] and the Success at a low US$250.[4] It offered a four-seater option for an additional $100. The top also cost extra: rubber $30, leather $50.[citation needed]

Upgrades & Evolutions during the FORD Model C production

🔸 FORD - Model AC : 1903 - 1904

🔸 FORD - Model C : 1904 - 1905

🔸 FORD - Model F : 1905 - 1906

🔸 FORD - Model K : 1906 - 1908

🔸 FORD - Model N : 1906 - 1908

🔸 FORD - Model R : 1906 - 1908

🔸 FORD - Model S : 1906 - 1908

🔸 FORD - Model T : 1908 - 1927

🔸 FORD - Model TT : 1925 - 1927

🔸 FORD - Model A : 1927 - 1931

🔸 FORD - Model AA : 1927 - 1932

🔸 FORD - Model 18 : 1932 - 1934

🔸 FORD - Model 40 : 1932 - 1934

🔸 FORD - Model B : 1932 - 1934

🔸 FORD - Model BB : 1932 - 1934

🔸 FORD - Model Y : 1932 - 1937

🔸 FORD - Model 46 : 1933 - 1934

🔸 FORD - Model C Ten : 1934 - 1937

🔸 FORD - Model 48 : 1935 - 1936

🔸 FORD - Model 50 : 1935 - 1935

🔸 FORD - Model 51 : 1935 - 1936

🔸 FORD - Model 67 : 1936 - 1936

🔸 FORD - Model 68 : 1936 - 1936

🔸 FORD - Model 01A-02A : 1937 - 1940

🔸 FORD - Model 73-77 : 1937 - 1940

🔸 FORD - Model 74-78 : 1937 - 1940

🔸 FORD - Model 75 : 1937 - 1940

🔸 FORD - Model 78 : 1937 - 1947

🔸 FORD - Model 81-82 : 1937 - 1940

🔸 FORD - Model 81A : 1937 - 1940

🔸 FORD - Model 82A : 1937 - 1940

🔸 FORD - Model 91 : 1937 - 1940

🔸 FORD - Model 91-92-922 : 1937 - 1940

🔸 FORD - Model 92A : 1937 - 1940

🔸 FORD - Model 01-02 : 1941 - 1948

🔸 FORD - Model 11A-1GA : 1941 - 1948

🔸 FORD - Model 19 : 1941 - 1948

🔸 FORD - Model 21A-2GA : 1941 - 1948

🔸 FORD - Model 59 : 1941 - 1948

🔸 FORD - Model 69 : 1941 - 1948

🔸 FORD - Model 69A-6GA : 1941 - 1948

🔸 FORD - Model 79 : 1941 - 1948

🔸 FORD - Model 79A-7GA : 1941 - 1948

🔸 FORD - Model 87HA-89A : 1941 - 1948

🔸 FORD - Model 83 : 1945 - 1947

🔸 FORD - Model U : 2003 - 2003

🔹 Produced for each model year :

🔹 1904 FORD - Model C

🔹 1905 FORD - Model C

What are the FORD Model C paint codes?

Renovation tutorials for the FORD Model C

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The FORD Model C has been produced in several configurations

🔹 1904 FORD - Model C🔹 1905 FORD - Model C
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