Henry Ford's Ford Motor Company produced its famous Model T from 1908 until 1927. Athough it was quirky to operate, the car's cost made such personal transportation available to the middle class for the first time. The Model T, affectionately known as the "Tin Lizzie," fostered several popular songs during its heyday, including "The Little Ford Rambled Right Along," in 1915. The Model T's successor was the Model A, which debuted in 1927. Finally as refined as the competition, the Model A found near immediate success and earned a place in popular culture as well, as this 1928 comedy song demonstrates.