Phil Hill, Bill Mitchell, and the Monza GT. By Paul Deesen.
Original 76-page GM brochure from 1955 describing design and the styling process.
Stalin’s secret weapons designer, Igor Sokerov, to the resuce.
I about had a heart attack when the ’70 Trans Am hit the streets. Book Review.
Design Manager at Hyundai North America and a very inspiring digital artist.
Steve McQueen was the real deal. An authentic enthusiast. Book review.
Historic photos from a GM Art & Colour presentation constructed for winners of the 1949 Fisher Body Craftsman’s Guild.
Cool video from 1949. Glimpses inside several Art & Colour Studios. Bill Mitchell and Irv Rybicki are in the film.
BMW’s history during the wars and immediate post-war periods is of particular interest. Book review.
Just because the factory wouldn’t or couldn’t build it didn’t mean you couldn’t get one.
More details about the designers behind the scenes. Ed Welburn had a hand in resurrecting the Hurricane.
“There is nothing wrong with a three wheel car that adding a fourth wheel wouldn’t fix.” Really?
CAN-AM 50th Anniversary. Run-what-you-brung unlimited racing. Book Review.
Ron Will and John Jacobus report from the Fisher Body Craftsman’s Guild October reunion held at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California.