FORD T - 1916

Fifteen million units were built from 1909 to 1927 (a record only beaten by the Volkswagen Beetle) and supplied in any colour as long as it was black, the Ford T, nicknamed Lizzie, was the first car built on an assembly line.

Note the axle width, which is the same as that of the wagons of the American colonial pioneers, so make the most of the existing tracks.