Ron Will’s Turbo Phantom Restoration Saga.
A collection of studio sketches.
“I think in the back of every car designer’s mind there is this desire to build a car entirely of their own design with no constraints.”
The story of the 1937 Fisher Body Craftsman’s Guild, by Ron Will.
For Henry Rom, his 1953 award-winning Fisher Body Craftsman’s Guild entry was just the beginning.
After 18 months of development including a trip to the GM Archives at Design Center, Dean’s Garage, The Future Is Back is finally finished!
Paul Tatseos updates the missing Fisher Body Craftsman’s Guild models story. Plus, Information on the 2019 Reunion.
Ron Will has only a few copies left from the one and only printing!
Did GM influence Fiberfab to stop production?
Historic photos from a GM Art & Colour presentation constructed for winners of the 1949 Fisher Body Craftsman’s Guild.
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.
This missing model turned up on eBay.
If the models still exist, they are probably stored in their original shipping boxes.
Local and snowbird designers get-together.
Studio artwork from the collection of Ron Will and Richard Nesbitt.
There are only two 1954 Buick Wildcat IIs. The original in the Sloan Museum, and this remarkable recreation.
“I guess I just can’t get cars and art out of my system.”
GM’s Great Talent Search
Thousands of young people from across America competed for scholarships by designing and submitting scale models of their “dream car.”