Pictured here is Ray Williams driving his Banana Special in 1923.
By the 1920s the automobile had become the most popular way to get around. And Henry Ford was putting out new and better models every year.
The roads had to catch up. They were great for horses, but deteriorating with the use of automobiles. You’ll notice here that the roads were still dirt — no cement or asphalt to be seen.
Photo courtesy of Rich Williams.
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