Jim Van Orden remembers his first car, a well-used ’49 Merc.
A satirical mid-’50s look at the GM design process by Stan Mott.
Dick Thompson’s commentary on driving the ’59 Stingray and the GS Corvette in competition.
Dick Henderson gives Rich Taylor an unforgettable ride around the Tech Center’s test track in the ‘59 Stingray.
An interesting account from 1977 of Mitchell’s Stingray racing effort with quotes by Mitchell and Kenny Eschenbach.
This compilation of videos is what society once believed the future would be like. It’s uplifting and entertaining—just what we need as 2021 gets started.
The SAH honors Dean’s Garage with a book review and inclusion in their Resource List. View the entire 9/10 2020 issue.
Herb’s six FBCG entries included one made from a block of Plexiglas, and another from cast in aluminum!
Dean’s Garage reviews Maestro: Bill Mitchell, Second Edition by Roy Lonberger.
I remember the seeing the Pontiac Phantom many times at Design Staff. Let’s just say it had mixed internal reviews.
This month the Buick Club of America’s publication, The Buick Bugle, published a two-page review of Dean’s Garage, The Future is Back.
“Mitchell’s Latest” motorcycles, published in Car Styling, January 1977
In which Stan Mott proposes to scale the Matterhorn on a 1960 Scat-Kitty.
For Henry Rom, his 1953 award-winning Fisher Body Craftsman’s Guild entry was just the beginning.
Dick Ruzzin, on a GM trip to Germany in 2001, recounts a heart-felt encounter with an Italian bus driver.
An extremely interesting and insightful interview with Phil Hill, plus The Phil Hill Story, directed by Brock Yates.