LGR made a video of version 7 and goes much more in depth. I was able to find a 5.0 version and will share some screenshots of that. Basically Ford provided customers and potential customers of software that ran on MS-DOS and provided a virtual showroom of their models.. There was even a basic driving sim but it got boring really quickly. More on that later.

Now for some screenies!

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Lincoln

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Mercury

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Aspire

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Crown Victoria

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Escort

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Escort wagon

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The one that runs over people

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Probe

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Taurus

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Even offered a paint selector

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And provided some specs of each vehicle

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Taurus SHO

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Taurus wagon

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what an ugly color

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Tempo, the pinnacle of luxury

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Thunderbird

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Aerostar

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Bronco

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Club Wagon, AKA Econoline

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Explorer

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F150

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F250

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Ranger

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Windstar

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Mercury Capri. Forgot these existed

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Cougar

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Grand Marquis

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Sable

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Sable wagon

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Topaz

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Tracer

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Tracer wagon

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Villager

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Lincoln Continental

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Mark VIII

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Town Car

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Driving simulator. Basic... just choose a Ford, arrow keys to steer/accel/brake. Space to shift gears if you choose a manual car.

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the steering is pretty wonky and you can crash up to 4 times

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RIP

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