Skip to main contentdfsdf

raymond kadzashie's List: Differences Between 1930's Ford Automobiles, Present Day

  • Introduction

    The reason for doing this certain topic is to help others to understand the differences of Ford Automobile in the 1930's to Present day. Such as the inventors life and the models that came about and how the great depression affected the years of the car industry. There are many pros and cons to the fact that cars are made and the technology that comes about now adays. I want to make sure that the reader knows about Ford's complex personality as well as uncovering the sources of his public way and the model cars he made and changed the lives of America.

  • Apr 08, 10


    Sherman, J. (1998). Charging Ahead. New York: Oxford University Press, USA.


    Summary: James Wardon the author dscribes his most efforts in achieving the goals that he wanted to attend to such as building and selling the most efficient car technologies of the entire American network. That goal was to be achieved between the mid 1980's when he started making them in the back yard of his house up to the late 1990's. He had his own company called Soleteria Corporation, he was looking for a well manufactoring company to help sell his high fuel effiecient electric cars.

  • Apr 02, 10

    Ford, H. (n.d.). My Life and Work - Google Books. Google Books. Retrieved February 27, 2010, from \n\n



    Summarized: Henry Ford talks about his life and the work he has earned. The money hes gotten and the qualities and quantities of his life and the work of his life...etc.

  • Apr 02, 10

    Daniel M. G. Raff and Lawrence H. Summers\nJournal of Labor Economics, Vol. 5, No. 4, Part 2: The New Economics of Personnel (Oct., 1987), pp. S57-S86 \n(article consists of 30 pages) \nPublished by: The University of Chicago Press on behalf of the Society of Labor Economists and the National Opinion Research Center.\n\n

    Summarized: This is about the wages and amounts that Henry Ford payed his employes if it was effiencent and good enough...etc. \n\n

  • Apr 02, 10

    "Henry Ford dies aged 83." History Today 47, no. 4 (April 1997): 34. Academic Search Premier, EBSCOhost (accessed February 27, 2010). \n\n\n\n

    Summarized: This section is about Henry fords death on April 7th 1947. Its about his goals and achieved aims that he reached before and after his death. The models of the fords and the Reactions from the Americans.

  • Apr 02, 10

    Alexander, G. (2004, June 7). American Chronicles. Ford, 60, 20-21. Retrieved February 27, 2010, from the Academic Search Premier database. \n



    Summarized:  June 7, 1954, Ford formed its Edsel team. The '54 Thunderbird had aced the Chevy Corvette.Ford's new car was named after Edsel Ford, Henry's son, a skilled designer, but consumer tastes changed by the time Edsel debuted in 1957. It had a huge deal, costing Ford $250 million.\n

  • Apr 02, 10

    Schoonmaker, David. "THE MODEL T: A Centennial History." American Scientist 97, no. 4 (July 2009): 348. Academic Search Premier, EBSCOhost (accessed February 27, 2010).\n\n

    Summarized: Robert Casey and Johns Hopkins talk about the Model T cars and the book of "owning and driving the model T". They talk about the weight of the car and the descriptions. etc. \n

  • Apr 02, 10

    Gordon, J.S. "Henry Ford's horseless horse." American Heritage 43, no. 2 (April 1992): 14. Academic Search Premier, EBSCOhost (accessed February 27, 2010).\n\n

    Summarized: This section is about henry fords tractor that he invented a new line of technology in the industries. The economic consequences in life...etc.

  • Roos, D. (n.d.). The Machine That Changed the World: The Story of Lean Production-- Toyota's Secret Weapon in the Global Car Wars That Is Now Revolutionizing World Industry (9780743299794): James P. Womack, Daniel T. Jones, Daniel Roos: Books. Online Shopping for Electronics, Apparel, Computers, Books, DVDs & more. Retrieved February 27, 2010, from \n\n

    Summarized: this section is about the first book to reveal Toyota's lean production system that is the base for its grateful success...etc. Comparing and contrasting different vehicles.

  • In Conclusion

    In conclusion to this piece Henry Fords Auto Company continues to successfully with their dealerships as well as their selling of their Vehicles. The Differences between the Cars that were back then to now is and very much so different, the technology has changed so much that its incredible. The Ford Company continues to do very well and in the future will have much more modern cars, yet the 1930 models are unique and different in their own ways such as the fact that they can be collectables and worht much money in the future. They definetly wont run out of money or out of business because off he uniqueness of their models which makes it very special that they have old cars that are just beautiful. Continue to spread throughout the word and success will over achieve.

1 - 10 of 10
20 items/page
List Comments (0)