My gasoline infused bloodstream probably came from my dad.
I remember reading this David E. Davis article on the 2002. It seriously effected my preconceptions about automobiles.
This post features artwork by Richard Nesbitt.
There are only two 1954 Buick Wildcat IIs. The original in the Sloan Museum, and this remarkable recreation.
Dick Ruzzin’s Chevy powered Mangusta.
Very interesting and cool videos.
Artwork of Ken Okuyama, Allen Young, Glen Durmisevich, Walt Gershick, Chuck Stebbons, Norm Selnes, Glen Winterscheit, Dennis Burke, Joe Ponce, Bob Loyckx, Dennis Huguley, and Jerry Hirschberg.
Dick Ruzzin’s first hand account of the development of the Open Bitter.
Patrick Stewart hosts this documentary with motor sports legend Sir Stirling Moss.
“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.”
“We were working up exterior styling with Ned Nichols’ design studio, and the Monza GT was our primary inspiration.”
An interview with George Krispinsky.
“It has that big car look, but only one of us was easily able to occupy it.”
Sharf now has thousands of car drawings, mostly from the 1930s through the 1960s.
Vintage GM video of Building the Experimental Corvette SS.
Carroll Shelby was one of the most prolific personalities in the automotive industry.
“We have done so much, with so little, for so long, that we can now do anything with nothing.”