Pictured below is a 1910 Ford Model T and a drawing of the car from a 1908-1909 Ford sales brochure.
Looking back on the famous car in 1920, the Ford News Bureau described its development and specifications:
During the year 1906, the ambitious Mr. Henry Ford told the world
he was going to build a high grade touring car and sell it at an unheard
of price. That car ... became available to the public in October of 1908. It
was a four-cylinder, 20 horsepower touring car
– a roomy, commodious,
comfortable family auto which Ford said 'looks good, and is as good as
it looks.' It sold for only $850, compared to a figure of $2,800 for
a few earlier touring cars the company made. The car had a speed of about
40 miles per hour; carried 10 gallons of gas or enough for 225 miles;
tires 30 x 3 1/2; 100-inch wheelbase and weighed 1,200 pounds.