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1906 Ford Model T with Motometer

In this screen grab from a History Channel Television program episode on "Wood" a 1906 Ford Model T was shown with a motometer attached to the radiator. While technically this not period-specifically correct motometers were retrofitted to older autos for greater reliability, else motometers were not available to the general public until 1914.