Did GM influence Fiberfab to stop production?
Rear engine cars is the focus this year.
Leave it to historian Stan Mott to uncover the little known history of tanks.
Two hundred pieces of original concept car art representing the 1950s up through today’s designs will be on display.
The latest in Packard proposals.
Original 76-page GM brochure from 1955 describing design and the styling process.
Stalin’s secret weapons designer, Igor Sokerov, to the resuce.
Chrysler’s ugly duckling inspired a lot of copycats. By Michael Lamm.
Camilo Pardo and His Ford GT Go Full Circle.
Historic photos from a GM Art & Colour presentation constructed for winners of the 1949 Fisher Body Craftsman’s Guild.
Cool video from 1949. Glimpses inside several Art & Colour Studios. Bill Mitchell and Irv Rybicki are in the film.
More details about the designers behind the scenes. Ed Welburn had a hand in resurrecting the Hurricane.
An inspiring design from down under.
A very cool design that was inspiration for a lot of designers.
“There is nothing wrong with a three wheel car that adding a fourth wheel wouldn’t fix.” Really?
Ron Will and John Jacobus report from the Fisher Body Craftsman’s Guild October reunion held at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California.
A few pages from Special Interest Autos #125, September/October 1991 and other stuff.
No, Bruce McCall didn’t design these.
All sorts of cool renderings and photos found online.
Personally approved by Ettore himself.
Ford Design in 1973 as they grapple with government mandated safety guidelines. Homer LaGassey is featured in two scenes
Trains, Planes, and Automobiles. Larry Wood of Mattel sent me a treasure trove of slides from the late ’40s in an ancient brown metal box with a built-in slide viewer.
By Dick Ruzzin
New Cord, Dusenberg, and Auburn designs by the League of Retired Automotive Designers.