The untold story of Detroit’s secret concept car builder. Book Review.
Possibly the only show car that ever destroyed a restaurant.
That these cars represented an opposite design philosophy from Harley Earl’s show cars from the same era would be an understatement.
The mystery of the Mystere revealed.
Two hundred pieces of original concept car art representing the 1950s up through today’s designs will be on display.
Designed by Virgil M. Exner.
The story of NDI published in Car Styling, September 1989.
Norm graciously allowed me to reprint his experience at GM in developing the Firebird III from his book, Of Firebirds and Moonmen.
Stutz Bearcat—A memorable and significant car in American automobile history was this year’s focus for the League of Retired Designers.
2018 League project. NEW Renderings.
Rear engine cars is the focus this year.
The latest in Packard proposals.
It’s the awareness of when something looks and feels right, satisfying the customers wants, needs and expectations.
A Design Project by the League of Retired Automotive Designers.
America’s premier design school remains the world’s most renowned, alma mater to more star auto designers than any other single institution.