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1906 Ford

Remarkable cars picture encyclopedia - 1906 Ford


1906 Ford Model N - Henry Ford Museum

1906 Ford Model N - Henry Ford Museum


1906 Ford Model F

1906 Ford Model F


1906 Ford Model K

1906 Ford Model K

1906 Ford Model K

1906 Ford Model K


1906 Ford Model N

1906 Ford Model N


1906 Ford Model N

1906 Ford Model N

1906 Ford Model N

1906 Ford Model N


1906 Ford Model N

1906 Ford Model N


1906 Ford Model N

1906 Ford Model N


1906 Ford Model F

Manufacturer: Ford Motor Company, Dearborn, Michigan
Engine: 2-cylinder, opposed, cast-iron block, 127 cid, 16 hp, mechanical valve lifters
Technical: Planetary transmission, 2 forward, 1 reverse, floor controls, cone clutch, chain drive, differential band brakes, wooden spoke wheels
Wheelbase: 84"
Wheel size: 30"
Weight: 1400 lbs

The Ford Model F was continued into 1906 unchanged.

Price/Value

2011: $1,900 (parts car) $48,000 (excellent condition)
1906: $1,100

1906 Ford Model K

Manufacturer: Ford Motor Company, Dearborn, Michigan
Engine: 6-cylinder, 405 cid, 40 hp, mechanical valve lifters
Technical: Planetary transmission, 2 forward, 1 reverse, floor controls, cone clutch, chain drive, differential band brakes, wooden spoke wheels
Wheelbase: 114/120"
Weight: 1400 lbs
Top speed: 60 mph

The Ford Model K was introduced in late 1905 priced at $2,500 for the touring or roadster body.

Price/Value

2011: $2,900 (parts car) $74,000 (excellent condition)
1906: $2,500

1906 Ford Model N

Manufacturer: Ford Motor Company, Dearborn, Michigan
Engine: 4-cylinder, 149 cid, 18 hp, mechanical valve lifters
Technical: Planetary transmission, 2 forward, 1 reverse, floor controls, disc clutch, chain drive
Wheelbase: 84"
Weight: 1050 lbs
Top speed: 45 mph


Price/Value

2011: $1,700 (parts car) $44,000 (excellent condition)
1906: $600

Production Numbers

Total for all models: 2,798

1906 Ford History

Henry Ford became President of the Ford Motor Company following the death of John S. Gray on July 6, 1906. A racing version of the Model K set a new world's record of 1,135 miles averaging 47.2 mph at Ormand Beach.

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