Rear engine cars is the focus this year.
The latest in Packard proposals.
Bill Porter tells his story of his years as Chief Designer of Buick I Studio from 1980 to 1996.
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.”
It was a strange and curious misfit
“I remember taking it to work and wanting to change lanes and all you had to do was just stab the throttle and the thing would “choo-choo” and it would skid over. You didn’t have to move the steering wheel, it would just shift lanes. It was wonderful.”—Steve Pasteiner
Recapturing the Magic—Visions of the Future American Automotive Design.
For one reason or another sometimes that creativity needed to vent in the form of cartoons.
Plane ride to the first day of qualifying. By mistake.
Dean’s Garage first post.