Ford launches FordImages.com
Like many automakers, Ford Motor Company has cataloged their vehicle history in photographs. Many of these images were used in press releases or advertisements and now you can go to FordImages.com and buy your favorite historic Ford photography – from the Ford Quadracycle and Model A to the 2011 Ford SVT Raptor F150 and the 2012 Mustang Boss 302.
The way that FordImages.com works is very simple. You go to the site and there is a long list of categories, ranging from Past Ford Models to Legendary Drivers to Mustangs By Year to Ford Aviation and Tractor projects. First, you select a category (we will use the Mustangs By Year as an example) and you are then given the option of 6 categories grouped by year and in addition to the images of all sorts of production Mustangs, there is also the choice of preproduction which offers some amazing vintage images of the design and styling studies done prior to the first Mustang being introduced in 1964.
The scope of images is incredible and the Ford Mustang is only the tip of the iceberg. Ford offers a look at some of the famous Ford drivers like Carroll Shelby, Dan Gurney and Parnelli Jones and the Ford-engineered and powered race cars from the Shelby Cobra to the original Boss Mustangs to the amazing Ford GT40. There is also an entire section covering the history of the Thunderbird, a look at Ford Trucks, assorted Ford Racing vehicles and even various vintage and concept Lincolns.
These images are available for purchase in a variety of forms, ranging from archival paper to printed canvas with the prices starting around $59.00 but if you would rather have images of your own Ford products, FordImages.com has you covered there as well. Starting around $9.95, you can upload your own Ford image and add your name and other text to have a piece of Ford licensed artwork featuring your vehicle on a variety of different backgrounds.
I can only describe so much of the new FordImages.com website so for a look at this incredible website, head over to the site and check it out for yourself. If you don’t see exactly what you are looking for, bookmark it and check back as Ford plans to continue adding images over the course of 2011.
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