• Childe Harold Wills was one of Henry Ford’s first employees and the man most responsible for the Model T’s success along with Ford as he designed the transmission and his metallurgy skills to add strength to frame, “Wills saw the importance of lightweight, strong, nickel-chrome vanadium steel to the mass production process.” (Wikipedia) It was first used in the Model N before being used in the Model T. The relationship between the two chilled over the years and Ford basically ‘bought him out’ and Wills started his own car company, the Wills Saint Claire. Most feel that Wills was such a perfectionist that he ‘over did it’ and the company failed but the cars produced were some of the best of their time.

  • Larry

    The Ford logo NEVER had that swirly coming off the F. Is this the mandela effect?