The 1904 Cadillac Model B is a gas-powered automobile with a pressed steel frame, rigid axles and rear mechanical brakes. It has a steering wheel, unlike the first three cars which had tiller steering. The 1904 Cadillac is a rear-entry tonneau, with a door in the back for passengers. Cadillac was awarded the prestigious Dewar Trophy by England's Royal Automobile Club for interchangeability of parts. As a result Cadillac changed its slogan to "Standard of the World." Cadillac was founded by Henry Leland, but owes its beginning to Henry Ford. Leland was sent to appraise the Henry Ford Company, Ford's second company, but instead convinced investors to continue making automobiles. The rest is history. Cadillac continues to make vehicles to this day.