World War I

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The city was rebuilt after the war, albeit dramatically changed, as any city would be after such colossal damage. The Liberty engine, a powerful 12 cylinder, liquid-cooled, 400 horsepower, 860 pound motor was designed in only six days in May 1917, but it took Detroit over a year to figure out how to build it assembly-line style like the Model T. (It cost $7,000; the Model T was $400.) [27] A typical two-seater bi-plane, with wood-and- fabric wings, contained 50,000 precision parts, and required 4,000 worker-hours.

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Publisher: Mariners; First Printing edition (2001)

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