Based in Dearborn, Michigan, right outside of Detroit, the Ford Motor Company began making cars in 1903. It sold 1,750 examples of the Model A, its first car. It could have stopped there; many car companies founded at the turn of the century floundered a few short years into their existence. Founder Henry Ford, however, was a talented industrialist who had the brains and the wallet to expand his company into a global giant. From people’s cars to supercars, here are some of the most significant vehicles ever to wear Ford’s globally recognized Blue Oval emblem.