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Kentucky has long been a major player in the automotive industry, but few know that this relationship is fast approaching its 100th anniversary.
It all began in 1913, when Henry Ford’s fledging company set up an assembly operation on South Third Street in Louisville. Seventeen people worked there, including the on-site sales team, and they churned out 12 vehicles a day while being paid about eight cents an hour.
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