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The low-key AMG E63 S Wagon combines the best parts of a sports sedan and SUV.
How To Drive a Model T Ford
Starting in 1908, Henry Ford sold his novel Model T cars as the first to be really accessible to the masses. What’s more, he marketed them as easy to handle for casual drivers and (gasp!) women since they started with a button rather than a crank. Thing is, those old Model Ts were still pretty complicated to drive. Bloomberg Pursuits' Hannah Elliott took a 1914 Model T for a spin but first she needed a driving lesson. (video by: David Nicholson, Camen Hodges, Victoria Blackburne-Daniell)
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