This video shows Norm James creating a yarn drawing of the Firebird III.
This post features artwork by Richard Nesbitt.
Dick Ruzzin’s Chevy powered Mangusta.
George Prentice on Steve Small.
Dick Ruzzin’s first hand account of the development of the Open Bitter.
“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.”
An interview with George Krispinsky.
Vintage GM video of Building the Experimental Corvette SS.
Brock’s involvement with the design of the 1963 Corvette Sting Ray has been well overshadowed by his successes at Shelby American, but they are no less fascinating.
Amelia Island interviews.
The result was the side stand retracted and the bike tipped over.
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.”
This prototype is a design projection of how Chevrolet’s original 1963 Monza SS concept might have turned out, had it gone into actual production.
I had the privilege of working with Geza in my first studio when I first started at General Motors.
Mr. Mitchell had the passion and flamboyant style, Shinoda had the personal no-nonsense Southern California performance connection, and Jordan had the elegance and taste—anything they touched was destined to be a success.
Bill Porter candidly describes his years with Pontiac.
“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.”
Need help identifying designers.
When I was at GM, Paul was always great to be around. Encouraging and uplifting with a great sense of humor.
Russ had a stellar career with 40 years as a designer with General Motors Design from 1955-1995
“I think in the back of every car designer’s mind there is this desire to build a car entirely of their own design with no constraints.”