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History of CarVintage Benz Patent-Motorwagen to today's sport coupe, cars have a rich history
Take a drive down memory lane
Although Henry Ford was one of the first to patent an automobile, the first real cars came from German inventor Karl Benz in 1886. The first mass-produced cars were Ford's own Model T, which later spawned the modern cars you see every day. During the 1950s and 1960s, large family cars dominated the market, including the Chevy Nova, Cadillac, and Buick Roadmaster. Soon speed was a factor, and car makers created more aerodynamic vehicles such as the modern Audi R8 and Ford Mustang.
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