Although Henry Ford is known for his invention of the Ford T model vehicle in 1908, he also made or introduced many other vehicles. In 1896, Ford made a vehicle, which was called a Quadricycle, states the Ford company website. The Quadricycle was a contraption that was composed of four bicycle wheels, a metal frame and powered by a gasoline engine. In 1928, the Ford Model A car came out to replace the Model T.
Production of the Ford Model T was stopped by the end of 1927. From 1908 to 1927, there were approximately 15 million of these vehicles made, according to the Ford company website. The Model A was named for an earlier car manufactured by Ford's company in 1903. In 1936, the Ford company introduced the Lincoln Zephyr car line.
Ford was born in 1863 and died in 1947. In 1903, he founded the Ford Motor Company.