1. The ship's wheel existed for centuries before the invention of the automobile. The first cars had tillers and not steering wheels because a) it was less expensive than a wheel, and b) the ship's wheel technology of the day did not provide the precision required to steer an automobile.
2. The ignition switch has always been inside the car. The hand crank turned the engine.so the spark could start it and was replaced by the electric starter.
Your commentary...let me try to say this politely...is ineffective because it is grossly deficient in historical accuracy, which causes humor in the target audience.
In short, it's such an epic fail I'll be laughing for days. At you, not with you.
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