An Exploded View of a 1924 Model T, Literally

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You’ve seen exploded diagrams before but how many times have you seen an actual exploded car? This 1924 Model T, with all of its parts suspended by wires, is on display at the Henry Ford Museum. Interestingly, it’s not in the museum’s highly regarded display of cars, Driving America. The exploded Model T welcomes visitors to the museum’s Made In America exhibit on the history of American manufacturing from colonial to modern times.

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