1919 Ford Model TT (Ton Truck)
After watching his Model T cars get turned into trucks for several years, Henry Ford finally decided he wanted some of the action. Rated at one ton, it was based on the Model T, but had a heavier frame and axel with standard gearing. No more than 15 MPH was recommended.
1929 Ford Model A Pickup
The Ford Model A Pickup was introduced in 1928. Ford was looking to attract depression-era customers and introduced a number of innovative improvements including roll-up window that retracted into the doors, a pivoting windshield for occupant ventilation and an outside rear view mirror for safety.
1930 Ford Model A Coupe
This new style Ford Model A was the first Ford to use the standard set of driver controls with conventional clutch and brake pedals. By naming this auto his New Model A, Henry Ford decided to forgo the alphabetical order which he previously used, which would have been "U", to name his vehicles because he advertised that "The New Model A is so far advanced from the old model Ts that I had to move back to the letter "A".