1906 Ford Model S
The Model S was another adaptation of the Model N. Ford’s last right-hand-steering model, it featured a more modern cowl, with hood and fenders that flowed into full running boards. Another notable difference was the optional extra mother-in-law seat (rumble seat) behind the front bench.
Headlights: Used acetylene gas to power. A tank on the side of the footboard held water and calcium carbide.
- Manufactured: 1906-1909
- #Made: 3750 (most were two- and three-seat runabouts)
- Base Price: $700
- Engine: 4 cylinder