1915 Ford Model T Roadster

What do you imagine when you heard the words "the first car"? What is your perception of the very first cars ever produced or do you already know the first cars very well?

Some of you may imagine a primitive vehicle, but the first automobile was not primitive at all. On January 29, 1886, Carl Benz, the designer and developer of the first automobile, applied for a patent for his "vehicle powered by a gas engine." The patent number was 37435. It was a three-wheeler, two-seater vehicle with an engine output of 0.75 horsepower. Automatic intake slide, a controlled exhaust valve, high-voltage electrical vibrator ignition with spark plug, and water/thermo siphon evaporation cooling were among the technical specifications. It was a revolutionary step taken in the human history. Think about all the progress and development we made since the introduction of this first automobile. We now have special vehicle to explore the space. In today's video, we proudly present you not the first automobile, but a very old one! It is a 1915 Ford T Model Roadster. It's been 105 years since this fantastic machine was out of the factory for the first time. You know when a car is built well when it's 105 years old and still runs like a beast! Who doesn't want to have such a masterpiece and ride it on the streets!

Check out today's video, take a detailed look at this 1915 Ford Roadster and have fun!