Ford opens up its image archive - Click above for high-res image gallery
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The year 2011 marks Ford's 108th year in business. Over the course of its long history, the automaker has collected millions of images. Most of these images are stored in boxes, away from prying eyes... but that is about to change. Ford
is launching a brand new site that will give users access to thousands of these archival images.
currently has over 5,000 images available to be licensed. The site adds hundreds more every week and is shooting to have 10,000 available by January of 2012. The seemingly endless galleries of images cover everything from key products and personnel to historic motorsports shots and all Ford vehicles through the ages.
The site offers more than just images, however, with a wide range of signs and artwork also offered. Limited-edition photos of cars like the Ford G
T and Shelby GT500
are available and signed by Dan Gurney
and Carroll Shelby
If you're a Blue Oval fan, this may become your new favorite web site. There's enough material here to decorate your office, home and garage. All those boxes of stored photos mean there's plenty more where these came from. Check out the gallery below for a few examples of what Ford will offer and be sure to read the full press-release waiting after the jump.
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