The Ford F-Series marked 40 consecutive years as America’s best-selling vehicle last year and will almost certainly retain the title in 2022, just like a Ford did in 1922.
That year the revolutionary Model T became the first vehicle to surpass one million sales in a calendar year, with over 1.3 million delivered globally.
Like the F-Series, the Model T line comprised several variants, although they ranged from cars to trucks.
Seven different versions of the Model T were sold that year, including a coupe, four-door and a pickup-like single cab.
The entry-level Runabout had a starting price of $319, which would be $4,803 today.
However, Model T’s record was crushed the following year by … the Model T, when it became the first car to break the two million sales mark.
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Ford would go on to sell 16.5 million Model Ts by the time it was discontinued in 1927, which was a record at the time, but is a far cry from the F-Series’ current tally, which stands at over 40 million.