Stan Mott’s Paris—An extraordinary artist’s view of the City of Light. Road & Track, February, 1966
All the world is familiar with Igor Sokerov’s more famous aircraft—the ones that flew. By Stan Mott.
Another of Stan’s and Robert’s attempts to steer GM’s juggernaut. By Stan Mott.
A satirical mid-’50s look at the GM design process by Stan Mott.
In which Stan Mott proposes to scale the Matterhorn on a 1960 Scat-Kitty.
Build Your Very Own Cyclops! Some Assembly Required.
Here’s a story you’ve never heard before. A Dean’s Garage Exclusive.
Leave it to historian Stan Mott to uncover the little known history of tanks.
Stalin’s secret weapons designer, Igor Sokerov, to the resuce.
“There is nothing wrong with a three wheel car that adding a fourth wheel wouldn’t fix.” Really?
Stan Motts’ Les 24 Heures De Choo Choo come to life.
“It has that big car look, but only one of us was easily able to occupy it.”
A monument to the automotive age in the middle of Las Vegas.
“I am not at liberty to say how fast the rail car was moving when it vaporized the station.”
Build your own hot rod in a matter of hours!
The serpent horn was copied verbatim, right down to the molars.
World’s largest car.
As a matter of company policy, the extra cost of producing the Cyclops Safety Car won’t be passed along to the customer.
This would be funnier if it weren’t so prophetic.
My recollection of the process is remarkably similar.
*throptic, noun: a design or a devise created to look as if it serves a functional purpose, but in fact has no purpose other than to make the object on which it is attached to look esthetically better.
Featuring Cyclops, the Bongo family, and quite a number of other oddities.
Stan Mott kept us going with his outrageous cartoons and great artwork.