“Just about the time I thought I had a handle on some Fishel-invented task, he’d dream up something else that wasn’t in my service manual.”
Stan Mott’s Paris—An extraordinary artist’s view of the City of Light. Road & Track, February, 1966
The longest race in Indy 500 history—nine hours!
Development of the 1989 Cadillac Solitaire concept, by Bruce Brooks.
Development of the 1988 Cadillac Voyage concept, by Bruce Brooks.
The story of the development of the ’64 Thunderbird, Part 2.
The story of the development of the ’64 Thunderbird.
Vintage 1959 film produced by GM regarding the development, engineering concepts, design styling, assembly of the Chevrolet Corvair, Corvair test driving, the New York aluminum and Tonawanda Engine Plants, and newly opened Willow Run Assembly Plant.
Bruce finally relented to allowing Dean’s Garage to publish his story and his marvelous sculptures.
The 1961–65 Lincolns are recognized as some of the finest and best designed cars ever produced.
A few stories from his career at GM Design contributed by Don Schwarz for the Dean’s Garage book.
Harry was unmatched as an instructor, illustrator, and designer.
“Car designer-cum-cartoonist Stan Mott is an American legend. And so his creation, the Cylcops, the greatest car that never was. Here’s the outlandish tale of his life of adventure and subversion.”
I’d not seen this one before. To say things have changed would be an understatement to the extreme.
”For the man who wants everything—The ’63-1/2 Super Torque Ford Sports Hardtop.“
It was quickly obvious that McNamara was the smartest guy in the room.
The Ford Falcon was preceded by 30-years of attempts to develop a car smaller than what Ford was already producing.
AMX Model by Jeff Teague; Chrysler Turbine Movie Car; and paintings by John Krsteski, Design Manager for Hyundai.