The Model T, Henry Ford’s affordable automobile invention, seems extra affordable by today’s standards. At the Miller Brothers Automobile Supply House at 1105-7 14th St. NW, the base price for a new car was $750 in 1911. In today’s dollars, that would be a little over $18k.
Source: Library of Congress
In case you were wondering, Miller Brothers no longer exists. Here’s what you see at 14th and L, NW today:[googlemaps https://maps.google.com/maps?cbp=12,317.79,,1,2.64&layer=c&panoid=5RHCO4Y1I4DtiGPORBjXWg&cbll=38.90374,-77.032002&dg=opt&ie=UTF8&ll=38.87179,-76.990814&spn=0.365123,0.545883&t=m&z=11&source=embed&output=svembed]