Ford Model F
|Ford Model F|
|Manufacturer||Ford Motor Company|
|Body and chassis|
|Body style||2-row phaeton|
|Engine||127CID 12hp Flat-2|
|Wheelbase||84 in (2134 mm)|
|Curb weight||1400 lb (635 kg)|
|Predecessor||Ford Model C|
|Successor||Ford Model N|
The Ford Model F is an automobile produced by the Ford Motor Company. It was a development of the Model A and Model C, but was larger, more modern, and more luxurious. It was a four-seater phaeton with running boards and a side-entrance tonneau standard. Production started in 1905 and ended in 1906 after about 1000 were made. In 1905, it was priced at US$2,000 ($52,496 in 2014); by contrast, the Colt Runabout was $1,500, the FAL was $1,750, the Cole 30 $1,500, the Enger 40 $2,000, and the Lozier Light Six Metropolian $3,250. All had green bodies.
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