The side panel was just now showing data on new car production. Then it flipped to a series of slides on the T. This year, of course, is the centennial of the Ford moving assembly line. What I hadn't seen before:
Length of assembly line: . 150 feet.
Number of assemblers: . . 140.
Was that all, really?
They also showed the hours to build each car going from 12.5 in 1912 to 1.6 in 1914. Following that were numbers produced in many years and price. The steep ramp up from 11,000 in 1909 to 70,000 in 1912 must have been hectic.