On March 16, 1958, the Ford Motor Company made its 50 millionth car, a Thunderbird. Starting in 1903, Ford made almost 1 million cars each year, and although production has fallen, Ford remains one of the largest car manufacturers in the United States.
The manufacturing facility in Dearborn, Michigan, produced Ford’s no. 50,00,000. Dearborn was the home of company founder Henry Ford, and remains the headquarters of the company today.
Term Part of Speech Definition Encyclopedic Entry facility Noun
a building or room that serves a specific function.
place where an organization or project is chiefly located.
to make or produce a good, usually for sale.
agricultural products such as vegetables and fruits.