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.
A documentary project about the golden age of American car design.
Studio artwork from the collection of Ron Will and Richard Nesbitt.
Harry Bradley’s styling tips for ’56–’60, ’53–’67, and ’68–’73 Vettes.