“Jay got a hold of me and invited my son and me to the NBC studios and a day at his “Big Dog” garage in Burbank.”
The Monza GT tipped me over the edge.
The Firebird III is an extraordinary car representative of an “anything goes” optimistic age now long gone.
Featured in this post is a 8.5″ square, 8-page grayscale brochure of GM Design Staff from the early 1960s.
A lot of wonderful artwork was pitched. That makes what was saved that much more special.
The story of Dave Holls’ Bugatti.
Buick didn’t have any performance platforms like Chevrolet or Pontiac.
Not my favorite.
Herb Fishel’s first Buick Promotional Car.
The origins of the only body side I can lay claim to designing in 15 years at GM.
Plane ride to the first day of qualifying. By mistake.
17 Hawks too many.
I worked on four Indy Pace car paint schemes, all Buicks.
Dean’s Garage first post.