|However, he also agreed to build warplane engines for the British government||The Christian cross is replaced with a capital "T" for Model-T|
|Other features included 28-inch wire bicycle wheels with rubber tires, a foot brake, a 3-gallon gasoline tank, and later, a water jacket around the cylinders for cooling||It sat on 55 acres of manicured lawns and flowering gardens|
The administration of President had been considering a government takeover of the company in order to ensure continued war production, but the idea never progressed.
|created a fictional description of Ford in the 1937 novel||[ ] Henry Ford turned the presidency of Ford Motor Company over to his son Edsel Ford in December 1918|
|" In his farm workshop, Ford built a "steam wagon or tractor" and a steam car, but thought "steam was not suitable for light vehicles," as "the boiler was dangerous||He later wrote, "I never had any particular love for the farm—it was the mother on the farm I loved|
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