Ford vs. Oldsmobile: The groundbreaking automobiles that pioneered mass-production

Ford vs. Oldsmobile: The groundbreaking automobiles that pioneered mass-production

In the year 1903, things were heating up in the United States. The Wright Brothers made their historic flight, the Philippine-American war had just ended, and the country was still recovering from the assassination of President McKinley two years prior. Edwin Porter’s now-iconic film The Great Train Robbery was in theaters and pedestrians were seeing, for the first time, factory-produced automobiles from American makers with names like Ford and Oldsmobile.

Read this comparison of old timers at NewAtlas.