Mashup Ford Display Debuts at National Inventors Hall of Fame Museum

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Side-by-Side

There’s no doubt that Henry Ford was a visionary, innovator and even a tiny part mad-scientist. His contributions to the world will live forever and surely go down as the one of the all-time greats.

His name is now immortalized at the National Inventors Hall of Fame Museum in the shape of a side-by-side cut-out of a 1965 and 2015 Ford Mustang. The Virginia based Museum set out to honor Ford’s spirit of innovation by showing just how much one of the blue oval’s most popular vehicles has evolved through the years.

Side-by-Side

The split-personality Mustang is part of a new, permanent Intellectual Property Power Exhibit at the National Inventors Hall of Fame museum on the United States Patent and Trademark Office Campus in Alexandria, Virginia. The Ford Mustang, along with other museum exhibits, celebrate the story of intellectual property and illuminates its significance to progress, innovation, and culture in America, as well as how trademarks, patents, and other forms of intellectual property make modern amenities possible.

This sweet and retro-licious interactive display is designed to highlight the importance of patents and the tremendous march of technology over the decades. I’d say it got it spot on!

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Jerry Perez is a regular contributor to Ford Truck Enthusiasts, Corvette Forum, and 6SpeedOnline, among other auto sites.

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