Here’s a story you’ve never heard before. A Dean’s Garage Exclusive.
From Sketches, Special Edition, April 24, 1991.
Bill Porter tells his story of his years as Chief Designer of Buick I Studio from 1980 to 1996.
Dick Ruzzin’s Personal account of the development of the ’66 Tornado.
Mr. Mitchell had the passion and flamboyant style, Shinoda had the personal no-nonsense Southern California performance connection, and Jordan had the elegance and taste—anything they touched was destined to be a success.
What we have here is a 2:50 minute video snapshot of the history of GM Design.
Nobody I had ever encountered before could have possibly adequately prepared me for meeting Pete Maier.
It’s no big secret that a lot of early motorcars took their body design from carriages. But it’s less obvious that carriage design evolved from shipbuilding.
Wayne»s first production studio assignment was in Cadillac working on the ’65s.
“Paint won’t save it.”
“GM Teamwork and Technology for Today and Tomorrow.”
The design process from sketch to a roll around hard model.
The Fisher Body Craftsman’s Guild got me started.
A rare brochure showing the development of the Aerovette.