It was a strange and curious misfit
Darth Vader, your Buick is ready.
What we have here is a 2:50 minute video snapshot of the history of GM Design.
Witness an artifact from a time where the future was greeted with optimism.
The amazing “Gullwing” is as shocking a sight to behold today as it was some six decades ago.
Three inspiring, well-executed videos to spark the imagination.
Way cool video.
Old school drag racing. Excellent video.
“I remember taking it to work and wanting to change lanes and all you had to do was just stab the throttle and the thing would “choo-choo” and it would skid over. You didn’t have to move the steering wheel, it would just shift lanes. It was wonderful.”—Steve Pasteiner
Steinegger and Eshenbaugh is generally credited with bringing professional racing to the Phoenix area, and they carried the Arizona banner at tracks throughout the nation.
I was there. RIR was close to home.
Still have it.
There was a time where design was like that for all of us. Freedom of expression. Focused, uncomplicated creativity.
Full size slot cars.
Nobody I had ever encountered before could have possibly adequately prepared me for meeting Pete Maier.
The second car is identified only as, “If you’re looking for a 1960 model, this may well be it!” Or not.
From the movie, LeMans. This is the same car driven by John Thomas that is featured in the sound files recorded by Mike Parris at Riverside International Raceway in 1980. The first audio file was posted before, but the second one, Four hot laps around Riverside, was recently acquired from driver John Thomas. Great in-car…
He had quite a career.
Classic Car Chase.
Great Corvette Videos.
A day of achievement for the whole USA.
Designing and building the Corvette SS.
This video traces the birth of the 1949 Ford from the drawing board to the roads of the world
“General Motors means to keep on being the leader.” So what happened?