Ford marks 100 years of the moving assembly line

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Under the new process, man hours of final assembly dropped from more than 12 hours under the stationary assembly system to fewer than three. In January 1914, the rope was replaced by an endless chain. By 1916, Model T production had risen to 585,388, and the price had dropped to $360.