William Quan’s 1985 interior design development for the “1995” Buick Questor.
John Bell. From GM to Art Director at ILM. Just for starters.
The ideal center for Cyclops enthusiasts to watch the action in the shade.
Dropping a built 283 SBC into a 1800 lb. MG-TD works for me. By Dick Ruzzin.
The joy and agony of car ownership, by John Houlihan. Descriptions and renderings of all 28 cars he’s owned.
Jack Humbert was responsible for many of Pontiac’s styling icons. By Jeff Denison.
How many of us saved Werner Bührer’s illustrations from Road & Track?
Thoroughly researched and documented history of Pontiac’s Firebirds through 1981. Interviews with Bill Porter and others. Book Review.
Plus the story of John Manoogian II’s 1970-1/2 Camaro, owned by designers at all three major car companies.
A Film Noir tour through Ford’s Rouge Plant in the early 1960s. Unbelievable.
Concise history including the cultural impact of Pontiac’s Trans Am. Book review.
A brief history of Mitchell’s secret skunk works.
The untold story of Detroit’s secret concept car builder. Book Review.
Andy Hanzel, Tom Peters, Ed Welburn, Robert Menking, William Quan, Silvia Ramos, Jon Albert, and Pres Brunning demonstrate their rendering techniques. This was how it was done in the ’80s.
Paul Tatseos updates the missing Fisher Body Craftsman’s Guild models story. Plus, Information on the 2019 Reunion.
The amazing career and designs of Bunker Bradley, Part 3.