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1934 Chrysler Airflow

The image shows a Chrysler Airflow finished in yellow. The front end show the major influences of streamlined design.
May 12, 2022 Walter Chrysler was known for his willingness to push the envelope of innovation, and his company’s 1934 Airflow was no exception Chrysler engineer Carl Breer styled the radical body shape through the use of a wind tunnel Breer’s colleague, Fred Zeder, created an early ‘unibody’ design consisting of a square tubing skeleton welded to the Read More →

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1935 Stout Scarab

Stout Scarab
May 21, 2021 The Scarab was the brainchild of William Stout, an automotive and aviation designer and engineer The Scarab’s uni-body construction and rear-engine placement allows for an expansive interior space The interior arrangement foreshadowed today’s minivan and features movable seats with a folding table On its hood is the ancient Egyptian Read More →

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1933 Pierce-Arrow Silver Arrow

Pierce Arrow Silver Arrow
Feb 17, 2021 The Pierce-Arrow Silver Arrow show cars were a radical departure for the luxury brand well known for its conservative engineering and design philosophy The Silver Arrows were designed by P-A designer Phil Wright and feature Pierce’s signature fender mounted headlamps with an aggressively sloped V-shaped grille Design elements, such as the Read More →

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1934 Bendix (Steel Wheels Corp.)

Bendix Streamlined
Dec 03, 2020 The Bendix car was developed as a ‘car-of-the-future’ by Bendix engineers Victor Kliesrath and Alfred Ney and styled by William Ortwig, formerly of the Fisher Body Co Ortwig eliminated the customary running boards and moved the fuel and water filler caps under the hood to allow for unblemished body panels To protect Bendix’s automotive Read More →

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