By Dick Ruzzin
“A car has to make you feel something. If a buyer looks at a car and says, ‘I don’t like it,’ all the other stuff doesn’t matter.”
Memorial service held in the honor of Charles M. Jordan at the General Motors Heritage Center in Detroit.
“I consider myself one of the luckiest guys alive. All my life I’ve been able to do the thing I love most—design automobiles.”
He lived an amazing life, accomplished countless professional achievements, influenced and served as a role model to so many, and above all was a wonderfully great and loving Dad.
Jordan likened this to “letting a tiger out of the cage—saying go!”
Tales from Design Station Zebra. Plus, story and photos of Chuck Jordan’s “ChuckWagon.”
For Henry Rom, his 1953 award-winning Fisher Body Craftsman’s Guild entry was just the beginning.
After 18 months of development including a trip to the GM Archives at Design Center, Dean’s Garage, The Future Is Back is finally finished!
William Quan’s 1985 interior design development for the “1995” Buick Questor.
Jack Humbert was responsible for many of Pontiac’s styling icons. By Jeff Denison.
The amazing career and designs of Bunker Bradley, Part 3.
A seriously complete and well researched history of Post-War Automotive Design in Australia. Book review.
The amazing career and designs of Bunker Bradley.
Bill Porter relates a Dave Holls story.
The 1,000-foot overview of the history of Chevy trucks. Book Review.
Here’s a story you’ve never heard before. A Dean’s Garage Exclusive.
From Sketches, Special Edition, April 24, 1991.
This video shows Norm James creating a yarn drawing of the Firebird III.
George Prentice on Steve Small.
Dick Ruzzin’s first hand account of the development of the Open Bitter.
Dick Ruzzin’s Personal account of the development of the ’66 Tornado.
“I guess I just can’t get cars and art out of my system.”