Its a tad long, but if you love T's and their impact on the way it shaped early America, its worth every minute. Enjoy it, i did.
Hey! That Dr. drives a coupe!
... and now you know why I love my 25' Touring!!
Anybody catch the historical mistake at 7:46?
Original didn't fit thru the door opening?
That's right Gary. Henry had to knock a hole in the wall to get the car out! If I were in that position, first of course I'd be upset, then I'd laugh my ass off about it and start demolition!
I was excited to see the modern cars from 50 years later (1953) since I have a 50th Anneversary Ford Customline sedan. Sad to see they replaced that footage with footage from the 70's.
I have never believed the small door opening was an oversight. Henry was renting half a house and didn't own the shed. His first priority was to build a working car and not to remodel his landlord's building prior to making sure his invention worked.
Since this was filmed in Greenfield Village by Ford Photography, they were not in a position to modify the widened door and so they took a little license when they filmed.