Take a leisurely drive through automotive history in Ford’s newly digitized archive - The Verge
Ford launched an online database of 5,000 images and brochures from its 119-year history. The company said the images can be downloaded free of charge for personal use.
Ford is officially 119 years old, and in celebration, the Blue Oval is launching an online archive so car enthusiasts can sift through its long and storied past.
The Ford Heritage Vault is a digital database that contains more than 5,000 curated photographs and product brochures from Ford and Lincoln vehicles, spanning from the company’s founding in 1903 to its centennial in 2003.
The vault allows anyone to view and download the images for “personal use, free of charge,” Ford says. The automaker will update the archive with more automotive ephemera over time, so the vault will only grow in size.