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ANSWERS

        1. The "F" in F100 stands for "Farm", not "fast"!


        2. All 1955 F100's start with the numbers "13". Like 13,0001, etc.


        3. The "fordson" was really more like a tractor.


        4. On show reruns of Petticoat Junction, believe it or not, Sam Drucker
           (General Store Owner) drives a 1953 Ford F100. It isn't seen very often,
           but it is a real gem. And it's BLUE!


        5. It was the first year the F100 was introduced.
            Happy 50th Anniversary "Effies"!


        6. He became America's first "billionaire"!


        7. Henry was born in Dearborn, Michigan on July 30, 1863.


        8. At age 12, Henry repaired watches and clocks.


        9. Henry built his first engine. It was a steam driven one.


        10. In 1896 Henry completed his first successful gasoline driven buggy.
            And before he died in 1947, 31 million cars were built.


        11. The Ford Trademark was registered in 1909 by the Ford Motor Corporation.


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