The plumber’s story has been told in countless books and documentaries, and his story has taken on a life of its own.
He has built bridges, built roads, built houses, built dams, and built cities all over the world.
His life has also been the story of a great many people.
He became an American citizen in 1917 and worked his way up the corporate ladder to become one of the most powerful men in the world, at a time when America was still reeling from the devastating effects of the Great Depression.
Plumbers were considered the backbone of America’s industrial and mining industries, and they were known for their efficiency and quickness of work.
They were also among the most feared men in America, and the plumbers who came before him were renowned for their skills.
Plumber Henry Ford started building his first Model T car in 1903, and he had already become a famous man by that point.
In 1913, he started his own plumber shop, Ford Plumbers.
The name was not a surprise, as Ford was already an accomplished builder, having built a line of cars including the Model T, which became the iconic American car of its day.
But the name was also a bit unexpected.
Ford was not known for his own business, and that was something that made the name even more surprising.
The man himself was not an official employee of Ford, and it was widely known that he was making his own money.
But Ford knew that his name had power and that the attention he would get for it would be huge.
He didn’t want to be seen as a plumber, he just wanted to be recognized as a builder.
And he was.
After a few months of building, he went into business for himself.
After working for Ford for a couple of years, he sold the business to a new owners, and in 1915 he sold it to his grandson, George Ford.
In 1915, Ford was on the brink of bankruptcy, and Ford decided that the plowing of his property was an unnecessary expense.
He sold the company to a different group of investors, who bought it for $200,000.
They renamed it Ford & Son, and soon the company was doing business in the United States.
Ford built a massive number of buildings, including a massive mansion and an entire factory in nearby Detroit.
But one of Ford’s most memorable accomplishments was building the new Hoover Dam in 1932, which he had designed and built himself.
The Hoover Dam is a marvel of engineering and design.
It was the largest dam in the country at the time, and its power generated over a million tons of power a day.
The dam is now the largest natural dam in North America, which is also why it was so powerful.
The power from the Hoover Dam was used to power the power grid of the United State of America, from which it fed electricity to almost every home and business in America.
When the Hoover dam collapsed in the early 1960s, nearly two million people were evacuated from their homes and businesses and thousands of people were injured and killed.
Ford & Sons was the only company in the entire country that survived.
In 1965, Ford sold his company to the American Automobile Association for $10 million, and George Ford took over as CEO of the company.
Ford made a fortune from his new ownership, but he was still struggling to find the money to rebuild his factory.
After two decades of work, Ford’s factory had been damaged by the Great Recession, and many of the employees were laid off.
Ford decided to close the plant, and instead he and his son, John, decided to build a brand new factory in Michigan.
The factory was called Ford Motor Co., and the new factory was dedicated to the construction of Ford vehicles.
Ford’s original name for the factory was Ford Motor Manufacturing Company.
Ford started by building cars, but eventually he decided to expand to other areas of the world to make cars for other companies, too.
Ford Motors was one of his first ventures, and by the 1930s Ford was one the largest car manufacturers in the U.S. It also was one company that was involved in the creation of many other brands, such as Cadillac, Plymouth, Pontiac, and Cadillac Escalade.
The company was also one of those that had a deep interest in the human body.
The Ford body plant in Michigan was one such body plant.
It employed over 200 people and produced some of the finest body parts in the industry, including body panels for the famous Pontiac G.L.C. (General Motors Cadillac) and Cadillac Fairlane.
Ford had a very deep interest, and over the years it became known as a “body builder’s paradise.”
Ford and his family spent years designing and building body parts for the most iconic cars in history, including the Ford Falcon, the Ford Mustang, and even the original Ford Taurus.
Ford did not stop there.
He designed the Ford body for the legendary Lamborghini Countach, the famous Bugatti DB8