Advertisements With several projects from Kindig-it Design in his garage, Goodguys regular Ron Meis decided it was time for an open-wheeled car
Advertisements Take in the lines of this 1955 Nash, and you’ll likely agree that it seems out-of-time, perhaps more modern
Advertisements Brooks Stevens’s Sceptre concept, designed for Studebaker. Photo courtesy Milwaukee Art Museum. From its start as a manufacturer of
Advertisements ’63 coupe and ’64 convertible created by and for GM styling leaders The 1963 Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray convertible
Advertisements Reblog from David Greenlees excellent The Old Motor on the launch of one of my all time favourites The
Advertisements Despite not hitting the jackpot with his name suggestion for the Mustang (which was Cougar:)), his design changed history.
Advertisements Historic Vehicle Association Really good talk on the origins of the streamline style and the impact made by designer
Advertisements Raymond Loewy earned the nickname “father of streamlining” for his influential career in industrial design. The “Wagonaire” station wagon for the Indiana-based