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It beat the Great Depression

And became an icon It took a lot to convince Henry Ford that his Model T needed replacing, but even he had to face facts eventually: technology had moved on and Ford was being left behind. By the mid 1920s, the car which had so dominated the American motor industry was struggling to keep up with more modern rivals, and both Chrysler and GM were snapping at its heels and eating into its profits. Finally, in 1927, the decision was made to end Model T production. A new Ford for a new age.