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.
Photos from the 2015 Fisher Body Craftsman’s Guild reunion in Salt Lake City.
2013 Fisher Body Craftsman’s Guild Reunion held at the Arizona Biltmore in Phoenix, Arizona.
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.”
It ended up at the Biltmore.
Photos from Ron Will.
The Fisher Body Craftsman’s Guild got me started.
The story of the 1937 Fisher Body Craftsman’s Guild, by Ron Will.
If the models still exist, they are probably stored in their original shipping boxes.
”For the man who wants everything—The ’63-1/2 Super Torque Ford Sports Hardtop.“
Stan Mott is gone. He wrote this autobiography in 2019 especially for the Dean’s Garage book.
For Henry Rom, his 1953 award-winning Fisher Body Craftsman’s Guild entry was just the beginning.
Video interviews with GM designer Elia Russinoff by Clasiq.
Dennis is an outstanding designer and good friend. This is one of several stories he wrote for the upcoming book, Dean’s Garage.
Paul Tatseos updates the missing Fisher Body Craftsman’s Guild models story. Plus, Information on the 2019 Reunion.
Rear engine cars is the focus this year.
The latest in Packard proposals.
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.
This missing model turned up on eBay.