• Mar 13, 2006
To some attaching the word ‘art’ to pictures of cars is like inviting a biker to a debutante’s ball. Still, automotive art has gained traction in the marketplace recently by riding the coattails of the booming car collecting market. That 1969 Mustang Mach 1 you just bought at auction wouldn’t be complete without a framed pictorial of the car on the wall of your garage, now would it?
Ford sees a market here and has moved to open its visual archive of over 3,000,000 images to the buying public. Limited edition prints of some images, like the above shot of Dan Gurney in a Cobra cresting a hill at Turn 7 of the 1963 Riverside Race, can be purchased at www.Fordartehouse.com.

[Source: Ford]


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      • 8 Years Ago
      It's a safe bet they won't be offering anything J. Mays designed.
      • 8 Years Ago
      At 18 bucks a print, I don't think so. It's no art house, just a photo-reprinter. Not a worthy story folks.

      Can we have some automotive news instead of advertisements?

      Stoneman