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STORY OF THE WEEK
1955 Lincoln Futura Show Car

1955 Lincoln Futura Show Car

In 1955, Ford Motor Company produced one of the most popular and revolutionary concept vehicles in automotive history, the Lincoln Futura. The famous men behind the design and engineering process were Mr. William M. Schmidt, Mr. John Najjar, Roy Brown, and Mr. Martin Regitko. During the early 1950’s, the Lincoln Futura had a premier press...
1956 Packard Predictor Show Car

1956 Packard Predictor Show Car

The 1956 Packard Predictor was a show car developed in the 1950s by Mr. Richard Teague, Packard’s top designer, along with Mr. Bill Schmidt, Chief Designer of Packard. The 1956 Packard Predictor was Packard’s final show car which offered many great features for future company products. The show car was typified by crispness, sharply defined...
Remembering the Early Days of Chrysler Design Studios

Remembering the Early Days of Chrysler Design Studios

In the early days, Chrysler’s Art & Color Department was one of the top leaders for generating innovative concepts. Many skilled draftsmen rendered full sized drawings to be examined by Chrysler’s Control Committee team. Some of the early players on the Chrysler Art & Color team were Mr. Ray Dietrich, Herb Weissinger, and Buzz Grisinger....
The Hog Boys | Part Two

The Hog Boys | Part Two

Hog Wild over Harley-Davidson | The “Hog Boys” of Early H-D History Part One During the mid-to-late-1910s, Maldwyn Jones (below) was perhaps the best dirt track racer in the Midwest– winning hundreds of regional dirt track events during his 13-year motorcycle racing career. During the mid-1910s, Jones was dominant on countless half-mile dirt-track ovals of...
The Hog Boys | Part One

The Hog Boys | Part One

Hog Wild over Harley-Davidson | The “Hog Boys” of Early H-D History The term “HOG” has been affectionately associated with Harley-Davidson for decades. It’s a workhorse term for the iconic motorcycle company that serves many purposes. Harley-Davidson is identified as HOG on the NYSE, they coined H.O.G. as an acronym for “Harley Owners Group”, and...
An Era of Fins and Chrome

An Era of Fins and Chrome

1959 Buick proposals – An Era of Fins and Chrome The 1950’s is remembered as a decade of automotive style highlighting fins and chrome. During 1956-57, the designers at General Motors Styling Studio generated new design proposals in order to compete with its automotive competitors. The release of the 1959 Buick was significant within the...
1955-56 Gaylord

1955-56 Gaylord

The 1955 Gaylord Sport Coupe was designed by Brook Stevens for the Gaylord brothers. Both brothers, Ed and Jim Gaylord, inherited their father’s fortune which was derived from his famous bobby pin invention. While growing up, both brothers drove Packard’s, Cadillac’s, and Pierce-Arrow automobiles; however, both of them wanted something a bit more unique. Soon...