Presentation on theme: "By: Cody Babinecz Period 2. The problem that automobiles solved was getting to and from places quickly and efficiently The 2 people who were involved."— Presentation transcript:
The problem that automobiles solved was getting to and from places quickly and efficiently The 2 people who were involved in this problem was Henry Ford and C. Harold Wills. Ford got involved in 1896, and it does not say when Wills got into the operation. Their contribution was to get people from place to place quicker. It solved the problem and then some. It also increased minimum wages.
Henry Ford and C. Harold Wills They got involved in 1896 Their contribution was that they got people from place to place quicker and more efficiently. They developed from back then to today by having different designs and also some cars run on electricity. Wills created the logo still used today.
Henry Ford and Wills designed the cars, but Ford created the assembly line technique. In 1914 Ford and Wills designed and the people of the assembly line. To get people from point A to point B quicker and more efficiently. An actual picture of Ford’s assembly line
Henry Ford and C. Harold Wills 1896 Their contribution was huge to the world, it was to get people from place to place quicker. There was probable a lot of failure. They developed by having the first 26 hp engine. For an evaluation, I would say that they did a great job because they boomed and are still in use today.
-Back then they cost $360, the equvililent to $7,020 today. - Now they cost $13,000 all the way to $30,000 - There sales with the original price were at 250,000, but when they dropped the price sales went up to 472,000
He was an American industrialist, founder of the Ford Motor Company. Developer of the assembly line technique of mass production. His introduction of the Model T revolutionized transportation and American industry. As owner of the Ford Motor Company, he became one of the richest and best-known people in the world.