This posts features a sampling of the hundreds of exterior shots that were not published in Chevy Tri-Five Custom Interiors and Ford Roadster Custom Interiors.
A fascinating set of color postcards from 1917 showing Model T production.
Uncle Harry used to give me his hand-me-down 8mm and Super 8 movie cameras.
Only Corvette owners could get Corvette News and I didn’t own a Corvette, or know anybody that had one.
Trains, Planes, and Automobiles. Larry Wood of Mattel sent me a treasure trove of slides from the late ’40s in an ancient brown metal box with a built-in slide viewer.
This is way off topic but too cool not to share. From 1935.
David McIntosh’s career at General Motors Design spanned nearly forty years, from 1964 to 2003.
Clark Lincoln’s jaw-dropping designs and illustrations from GM.
118 photos show how the 1963 Corvette was assembled on the pilot line at the St. Louis plant.
The untold story behind GM’s most iconic cars.
By Allan Flowers. “Design is a long, messy process involving many people, most of whom are never ever given the least bit of publicity.”
New Cord, Dusenberg, and Auburn designs by the League of Retired Automotive Designers.
The League of Retired Automotive Designer’s 2014 project: create new designs for Ford models no longer made.
Photos from the 2015 Fisher Body Craftsman’s Guild reunion in Salt Lake City.
If the models still exist, they are probably stored in their original shipping boxes.
When I was at Art Center in LA, I would often go driving in the middle of the night. No traffic. Terrific roads. WAY cool.