The Ford T has played a very prominent role not only in the history of the automobile or of transport, but also in the history of modern times. Very high, with wheels very far from each other which give it excellent stability, the Ford T is quickly nicknamed “the spider”. The gauge of the wheels corresponds to the gauge of the rails of the railways. Indeed, Ford had thought that the peasants of the West could adapt the car to traffic on railways. Henry Ford’s objective for the Ford T is to mass-produce a vehicle intended for the general public and accessible to all.