Ten Cars that Changed the World: Ford Model T and Ford Mustang

Explore the history of two iconic vehicles that are a part of our current Ten Cars that Changed the World exhibition. The Ford Model T put the world on wheels by selling 15 million units from 1908-27, and revolutionized mass production and worker compensation in the process. The Ford Mustang touched off another revolution in 1964 with its sporty looks, attractive price, and brilliant marketing campaign. The Mustang remains in production today with the 10 millionth car built just this year. Matt Anderson, Curator of Transportation at The Henry Ford, talks about both of these influential vehicles and their places in automotive history.

  • January 1, 1970
  • 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm