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Austin annual productin numbers?
#11
To put things in another perspective, today's car plants might produce 250 cars on a single shift (more than total production for 1919...) The more popular models perhaps 250,000 cars per year, with a fraction of Austin's workforce. Merely interesting to compare; things have come a long way.
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#12
(12-01-2019, 03:23 PM)Austin in the Shed Wrote: All small scale production,take 1923 ,total Austin cars around 6,500.Ford produced 2 million model T's in the same year !

I wonder how many of the 2 million Model T's were sold in the UK.
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#13
UK Model Ts were assembled in Trafford Park, Manchester between 1911 and 1927; production numbers fluctuated between 6,000 and 11,000 per annum for most of those years.
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#14
Thank you for the numbers.
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#15
Thanks everyone, very interesting. Especially mike, that must have taken some time to tabulate!
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