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Unformatted text preview: AUTOMOBILES AUTOMOBILES Steam-Powered (Automobiles?) Steam-Powered Newton Verbiest (1681) Cugnot (1769) “Father Of The Automobile ?” Definitions Petrol As Fuel Production Gottlieb Daimler, 1885 Best Engines Karl Benz, 1885 Siegfried Marcus, 1875 Henry Ford, 1903 Siegfried Markus Siegfried 1875 Petrol Driven Four Wheels Steering Viennese Viennese Police Objected To Noise To No Future No Development Development No Patent Gottlieb Daimler Gottlieb 1886 (Shown) 1883 To 1885 Petrol Engines First, Two Wheels Then, Four Wheels Cannstatt Cannstatt To Esslingen Esslingen 11 mph - 1.5 hp Patent - 1885 Company - 1899 Karl Benz Karl 1885 Five Months After Five Daimler Daimler Three Wheels Single Cylinder - 0.9 hp Also Patented Mannheim to Pforzheim Berta Benz Drove Started & Stopped Cleaned Plugs Oil Squirted Trans. Belt Slipped Panhard-Levassor & Fiat Panhard-Levassor Panhard-Levassor (1890) Bought Engines From Daimler First Fiat Car (1899) Two Cylinder Horizontally Opposed Peugeot Peugeot Madame Sarazin License From License Daimler Daimler Armand Peugeot 1896 (shown) 1899 Two Cylinder 1.65 hp Renault Renault 1899 Enclosed Carriage Fenders Windshield Cardanic Cardanic Drive Transmission Transmission Mercedes Mercedes First (1900) Ford Motor Co. Ford Henry Ford Horseless Carriage 1896 1903 (Shown) Dearborn, MI 600 Cars Per Year Mass Production ? Interchangeable Interchangeable Parts? Parts? Ford Motor Co. Ford Model “T” (Shown) First Year - 1908 Production 1908 - 19,000 By 1920 - 1,250,000 By 1927 - 15,000,000 Only VW Beetle Only Surpasses Surpasses Ferdinand Porsche Europe Europe Adopted Mass Production Production 1919 - Citroen Type “A” Advancements Advancements Disc Brakes - George Labchester (1901) Electric Ignition - Robert Bosch (1897) Pneumatic Tires John Boyd Dunlop - Son’s Tricycle (1888) R.W. Thompson - Horse Drawn Carriage (1845) Michelin (1894/95) England - Little Or No Development Red Flag Act (1865-78) - Slowed Development 4 mph Limit Repealed 1898 - Brighton Veteran Car Run Advancements Advancements Charles Rolls & Henry Royce “Silver Ghost” (1907) 50 hp “Finest Car In World” Electric Starting & Lights Austro-Daimler (1911) Cadillac (1912) Hydraulic Brakes - Duesenberg (1920) Full Hydraulics - Citroen (1955) Japanese Japanese England Herbert Austin - “Baby Austin” 7 1931 Datsun Manufactured “Baby Austin” 1935 Under License Nippon Steel Co. Nissan-Datsun Largest In World 7 Million Per Year ...
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