Ford's first truck, the TT, was based on the iconic Model T and first went on the market in 1917, when it cost US$600. It went on to a peak production of more than 300,000 units in 1925 before being discontinued after 1927.
In the year of its production spike, a hand-operated windscreen wiper was added to the TT, while the recommended maximum speed was a leisurely 35kph.
The American automaker's truck range has come a long way since then, and currently includes the likes of the F-150, incorporating its high-performance Raptor variant, and the Super Duty. The Ford F-150 has its own long history – the F-Series was first manufactured in 1948, meaning it will celebrate its 70th anniversary next year.