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Ford Model N

Ford Model N - Hellenic Motor Museum, Athens - Joy of Museum

Ford Model N

The Ford Model N is an automobile introduced in 1906 by the Ford Motor Company. It was a successor to the Models A and C as the company’s entry-level line. The Model N was a front-engine car with a 15 hp four-cylinder engine.

At US$500, the car was affordable at the time, and 7000 Model N cars were manufactured before production ended in 1908.


  • Style as an open automobile without any fixed weather protection, why was this style popular for nearly 30 years?

Ford Model N

  • Title:                    Ford Model N
  • Manufacturer:   Ford Motor Company
  • Production:        1906–1908
  • Designer:            Henry Ford
  • Body style:         2-seater Phaeton
  • Powertrain:       Engine 149 cu in (2,440 cc) 15 hp (11 kW; 15 PS)
  • Transmission:   2-speed planetary
  • Dimensions:      Wheelbase 84 in (213 cm); Curb weight 800 lb (363 kg)
  • Museum:            Hellenic Motor Museum


“If you think you can do a thing or think you can’t do a thing, you’re right.”
– Henry Ford


Photo Credit: 1) JOM