Experiences at Baja by John Thawley.
Adam Cramer brings back vintage motorcycles and the good ol’ American “can do” spirit back to their former glory.
In the fall of 1954 GM’s designers were experimenting a future car for America’s drivers that would be smaller, more like a European car.
The result was the side stand retracted and the bike tipped over.
Dick Ruzzin’s Personal account of the development of the ’66 Tornado.
This prototype is a design projection of how Chevrolet’s original 1963 Monza SS concept might have turned out, had it gone into actual production.
2013 Fisher Body Craftsman’s Guild Reunion held at the Arizona Biltmore in Phoenix, Arizona.
I had the privilege of working with Geza in my first studio when I first started at General Motors.
The Pete Klain Corvette restored by Mike Parks. Graphics by yours truly.
Thousands of young people from across America competed for scholarships by designing and submitting scale models of their “dream car.”
Recreation of the Steinegger & Eshenbaugh Dragster
During burnouts, Csere said “the tires… made not the squealing sound… it was a harsher sound almost like the tread was being ripped off the tires.”
“You’re leaving the Yankees for a long shot. Don’t expect to come back.”
Mr. Mitchell had the passion and flamboyant style, Shinoda had the personal no-nonsense Southern California performance connection, and Jordan had the elegance and taste—anything they touched was destined to be a success.
It was a strange and curious misfit
Since Chevrolet Marketing WANTED this car, we sez to GM Design, why don’t YOU guys just scale-down the IMSA body, make your own changes and we’ll build it?
Bill Porter candidly describes his years with Pontiac.
“I consider myself one of the luckiest guys alive. All my life I’ve been able to do the thing I love most—design automobiles.”