Henry Ford buys a horse-drawn tram to add to his collection of memorabilia.
Full titles read: "HENRY FORD GETS SECOND HAND CAR - New York. - Predecessor of modern trolley will join auto magnate's collection."
New York, United States of America.
M/S of a horse-drawn tram coming out of a shed; a sign on the side says '1868'. It comes to a halt and Henry Ford poses with the driver, who hands over the horse's reigns somewhat reluctantly. M/S of Henry Ford in the cab with the driver and another gentleman.
Intertitle reads: "Back to the days of the Civil War."
M/S of Ford holding the reins and posing in the cab with the driver. M/S of the horse being led along the tram track as Henry Ford 'drives' the tram.
Note: the intertitles seem to have been added at a later date.