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Austin annual productin numbers?
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.
(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.
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.
Thank you for the numbers.
Thanks everyone, very interesting. Especially mike, that must have taken some time to tabulate!

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