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A 3D Video Tour of Ford’s Piquette Avenue Factory – Where The Model T Was Born – Part 4

Start the YouTube 3D video player. Click on the 3D icon in the menu bar to select 2D or your choice of stereo 3D formats. Finishing up our look at the Piquette Avenue “T-Plex” museum, it starts with one of … Continue reading

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A 3D Video Tour of Ford’s Piquette Avenue Factory – Where The Model T Was Born – Part 3

  Start the YouTube 3D video player. Click on the 3D icon in the menu bar to select 2D or your choice of stereo 3D formats. There’s a bad mistake on the voice track for the video. I mistakenly said … Continue reading

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A 3D Video Tour of Ford’s Piquette Avenue Factory – Where The Model T Was Born – Part 2

  Start the YouTube 3D video player. Click on the 3D icon in the menu bar to select 2D or your choice of stereo 3D formats. Continuing with our video tour of the Piquette Avenue Model T factory museum, we … Continue reading

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A 3D Video Tour of Ford’s Piquette Avenue Factory – Where The Model T Was Born

Start the YouTube 3D video player. Click on the 3D icon in the menu bar to select 2D or your choice of stereo 3D formats. Ever seen a Model T Snowmobile? How about another conversion that turned a Ford fliver … Continue reading

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Ford Piquette Avenue Plant – Where the Model T Was Born

Click on the image to launch a Flash player and view the full gallery in your choice of 3D formats or 2D. Following up on yesterday’s post about Laurel & Hardy’s Model T being auctioned off, here are a few … Continue reading

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