I saw this car at the Pavillions car show in Scottsdale a few years ago. It stopped me cold. Monumentally impressive.
From Sketches, Special Edition, April 24, 1991.
The SAH honors Dean’s Garage with a book review and inclusion in their Resource List. View the entire 9/10 2020 issue.
A handful of interesting photos from old issues of Car Styling.
Dean’s Garage reviews Maestro: Bill Mitchell, Second Edition by Roy Lonberger.
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!
Bob Ackerman’s account of the Camaro Kammback.
Jack Humbert was responsible for many of Pontiac’s styling icons. By Jeff Denison.
Bill Porter relates a Dave Holls story.
History of GM’s Total Automotive System Concept Program (TASC) and creation of the TASC4GT
Phil Hill, Bill Mitchell, and the Monza GT. By Paul Deesen.
Larry is a tremendous sculpturing and design talent. He has been a good friend over the years, and it gives me a lot of pleasure to present this brief overview of is professional career.
I sat next to Gray in Buick Studio. He’s a good friend.
Dick Ruzzin’s first hand account of the development of the Open Bitter.
“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.”
When I was at GM, Paul was always great to be around. Encouraging and uplifting with a great sense of humor.
The Oldsmobile Aerotechs were a series of experimental high-speed vehicles created between 1987 and 1992.
It’s no big secret that a lot of early motorcars took their body design from carriages. But it’s less obvious that carriage design evolved from shipbuilding.
Late nighters or all nighters were the norm.
Mitchell’s swashbuckling excess.