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Create your own set of Ford floor mats by combining your favorite logo with your favorite floor mat color. See below for logo options that may be available for your vehicle:
The focal point of this floor mat logo is the infamous Ford emblem displayed in its most common format and font style. Various versions of this logo have been utilized to represent the Ford Motor Company for over a hundred years. The font that is incorporated has been presented in almost every emblem that Ford ever developed over the years. It’s very distinctive to the company’s image and was introduced in 1909. There have been various modifications over the decades and the blue background was introduced in 1912. The oval was also first introduced in approximately the same timeline. The oval and the blue background were combined and the design stuck.
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This logo exhibits one of the most famous marketing taglines that have ever been developed by an automotive manufacture. The phrase “Built Ford Tough” is displayed in this image in a very bold and aggressive manner. The main focal point is the tradition Ford emblem that has represented the Ford Motor Company for over one hundred years. The attention to detail and the high contrast level enhance the overall representation and increase the attention gaining capabilities. This phase has been utilized as a marketing tool to represent the Ford F-series truck line-up for almost forty years. Most marketing campaigns come and go in a very short timeline. This tagline is definitely an exception to that rule and Ford will probably continue this truck trademark in the future.
The infamous Ford emblem is displayed on this floor mat logo and is accompanied by the word "Racing" in a bold and aggressive red font. The Ford Motor Company and the racing have been associated with each other for well over a century. Henry Ford funded the company from proceeds he earned by racing an automobile that he had designed and built. His first attempt to start an automotive company was not successful. He founded the Detroit Motor Company in 1899 and was forced to shut it down. The Company was reorganized and named the Henry Ford Company in November 1901 with backing from investors because of his racing success.
This logo is a very detailed exhibit of the words Ford, Power Stroke, and Diesel. The word Ford is represented by the iconic Ford emblem that has represented the Ford Motor Company for several decades. The phrase "Power Stroke" is displayed below the emblem utilizing a bond font style that is accented with bordering. Diesel is illustrated with a white font incorporating a red background. The launch of the power stroke diesel in 1982 was a huge milestone for the Ford Motor Company. With over two decades of improvements the power stroke that produced 170 horsepower was transformed. The 2007 power stroke 6.4-Liter that was a smaller displacement then the original 6.9-Liter was rated at 350 horsepower.
This floor mat logo exhibits the phase “Powered by Ford” in a very distinct manner and color scheme. The word Ford is represented by the Ford emblem and the words powered by are illustrated in a bold and aggressive white font. The red, blue, and silver banner accents greatly enhance its attention gaining capabilities. The Ford Motor Company has utilized this phase to accent their cars, trucks, and SUV’s for several decades. It has been featured on emblems, engine components, and other applications. It has been presented on valve covers on several occasions. Several models have displayed these emblems and one of the most popular models to display this emblem was the Mustang.
This logo displays the iconic Ford emblem in a very unique manner. The scripted font type that is illustrated has been representing the Ford Motor Company for over a century. This design was developed by Childe Howard Wills in 1907. Using a stencil kit that belonged to his grandfather he illustrated a logo to represent the company. He selected this font style do to the fact that it was similar to way that writing was taught when him and Henry Ford went to school. It wasn’t until several years later that the oval was added. The logo that contained the oval was first displayed on the 1927 Model A.
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The focal point of this logo is SHO that signifies Super High Output and represents the special edition Ford Taurus SHO. The first Ford Taurus SHO rolled off the assembly line in 1989 powered by a high-performance V-6 motor. It was capable of accelerating from 0 to 60 in 6.6 seconds that exceeded the expectations of a V-6 in this timeline. Several modifications were made to the interior and exterior of the automobile to establish a unique appearance that deferred from the standard model. The SHO version of the Taurus was also capable of a 15 second quarter mile time and a top speed slightly over 140 MPH.
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