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The Ford Model F first introduced in 1905 by The Ford Motor Co. continued into 1906 unchanged.

Late in 1905 Henry Ford introduced his largest American Automobile thus far, the Model K and it was equipped with a large six cylinder engine. New for 1906 was the Ford Model N Runabout equipped with a four cylinder engine.

The Ford Model N was offered by The Ford Motor Co. for $500.00 in it's quest for a low priced American Automobile for the mass market. The Runabout was equipped with a front mounted 149 cubic inch four cylinder engine that developed over 15 horsepower. Features include - a 84 inch wheelbase, beautiful boattail rear deck, twin nickel plated front lamps, Holley carburetor, two speed transmission with chain drive.

1906 Ford Model K and Model N
1906 Ford Model K and Model N

The Ford Model K was offered in a Touring Car and Roadster. It was equipped with a inline 405 cubic inch six cylinder engine that developed 40 horsepower. Features include - 114 inch wheelbase Roadster and a 120 inch wheelbase Touring Car, Holly carburetor, 2 speed forward and reverse planetary transmission, floor shift controls, disc clutch and shaft drive. Price in 1906 was $2,500 for the Touring Car or Roadster. Less than a 1,000 Model Ks were built from 1906 to 1908.

On July 6, 1906 a racing version of the Ford Model K set a new world's record of 1,135 miles in 24 hours at Ormond Beach, Florida.

1906 Ford Model F
1906 Ford Model F Advertisement

The Ford Model F had a wheelbase of 84 inches on 30 inch wheels and tires. It was equipped with a 128 cubic inch two cylinder engine of 10 horsepower. A planetary type 2 speed transmission with floor shift controls, cone clutch and chain drive was standard on the Model F. Advertising claims - "Don't Experiment Just Buy A Ford".

1906 Ford Model F
1906 Ford Model F Touring Car

Vintage image of Henry Ford and his son Edsel, seated in a 1906 Ford Model F Touring Car outside their home on Hendrie Avenue in Detroit. The 1907 Ford Model K, Model N, Model R and Model S Automobiles followed the 1906 Models.

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