Below are links to two "The Motor Way" reviews of the new Models N and K. A few things I noticed for the first time (although I've had the articles a while) are listed below.
One of the first items that jumped out to me was the paragraph below, "The output of the big Detroit factories will be 500 of this type, (Model K) of which about one-half has been delivered at the time of writing, and the average daily output at present being eight cars."
Later, the writer says "the Ford company is at present reaping a rich harvest as a result of having abandoned everything else in the touring car field (Models B and F) and staked its fortunes and its reputation on sixes at a time when others, while admitting the superiority of the type still feared the public did not appreciate it."
"The Motor Way" five page article on the Model K:
Article on the Model N, April 1906: