Preserving Automotive History

The Revs Institute for Automotive Research, Inc. is the premier destination to study and explore one of the largest archives of automotive history ever preserved for scholars and connoisseurs alike. Our exclusive collection of the finest vintage automobiles and ever-expanding library of rare books, photographs, documents and ephemera uniquely catalogues the evolution of automobile design and the industry's influence on modern culture. Read more

Revs Program at Stanford

The Revs Program at Stanford is a unique academic partnership that promotes automotive studies across the diverse collegiate landscape. Students pursuing careers in the humanities, fine arts, social sciences, design, science and engineering are equally engaged in the opportunity to study the dynamic interplay of the automobile’s role in shaping our history, culture and technological innovation. Read more

View from the Grandstand

It’s Been 50 years since the first Ford Mustang.

It’s been 50 years since the first Ford Mustang was launched at the New York World’s Fair. Ford estimated it would sell some 100,000 Mustangs... Read more »
It’s Been 50 years since the first Ford Mustang.

2014 Chantilly Concours d’Elegance

It’s just 24 driving miles from the traffic and noise of Paris’ Charles de Gaulle airport to the Château de Chantilly, but it’s a drive... Read more »
2014 Chantilly Concours d’Elegance

The Revs Institute for Automotive Research reopens to the public in October.

Collier Collection of over 100 Significant Automobiles on Display (Naples, Fl) October 2, 2014- The Revs Institute for Automotive Research, Inc. will reopen its doors... Read more »
The Revs Institute for Automotive Research reopens to the public in October.

Stanford’s new Revs Digital Library

Stanford’s new Revs Digital Library spotlights the automobile as cultural icon Stanford’s new Revs Digital Library provides access to hundreds of thousands of images related... Read more »
Stanford’s new Revs Digital Library

The Collection