by Wallace Wyss - If you look at a picture of say, Times Square in the 1920s you see lots of cars with body styles that have disappeared. I am not talking about the entire body shape, I am talking just bout the roof configurations. We have lost … [Read more...]
The Cadillac Allante: There Was Many A Slip Twixt The Cup And The Lip On The Way To An All-Italian Design For GM….
by Wallace Wyss - William L. Mitchell was the heir apparent to General Motors' first director of design, Harley Earl. Mitchell had the same sort of showmanship as his former boss, even dressed the same, and, like Earl, even drove one-off … [Read more...]
by Mike - Don Meluzio sent in photos and comments from the recent Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance in Florida where he was showing his Fiat Stanguellini Berlinetta. Text and photos by Don Meluzio I was reading Pete Brock's new book and … [Read more...]
by Wallace Wyss Cadillacs bodied in Italy in the Fifties? O.K. everyone knows there’s a two seater Cadillac by Pinin Farina (the company name was spelled as two words before 1959). One was driving around Beverly Hills in 1954, owned by a record … [Read more...]