Ford of Britain celebrates 100 years

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    By 1914, Ford had become the largest vehicle producer in Europe, a position it held until the mid-1920s.

    Wow, never knew an American autobuilder held that crown.
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    Wow, never knew an American autobuilder held that crown.
    Well, GM had to at one point too, through Opel/Vauxhall and others, if still not today, though I think they might be second to VW.

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