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6. George Krispinsky, Plymouth Fury 1958. As were so many Americans in the 1950s, George Krispinsky was enamored with the emerging “Space-Age” and the promise that the future held. Drawn in 1958, the artist signed his initials GK-62 on the license plate the 62 represents the proposed model year 1962.

Photos: Auto sketches from Detroit’s golden era you were never meant to see

1973 XP-897 GT/2-Rotor Corvette Artwork | Dean’s Garage

1973 Corvette Artwork - Dean’s Garage

1967 Plymouth Barracuda

1967 Barracuda Plymouth Vintage Styling Design Concept Rendering Sketch Fred Schimmel by ArtFindsUSA

oldcarrenderings:  Kaiser aluminum’s 1950s styling studies, second series, by Frank Hershey and Rhys Miller. From top: the Del Mar, the Merced, the Fairmont, the Piedmont, and the Golden Gate. For more on the styling studies, check out the January 2015 issue of Hemmings Classic Car.

Just A Car Guy : Here's a treat. design art studies for Kaisers that never were produced. by Frank Hershey and Rhys Miller

Cadillac sketches and projects. - Album on Imgur

Cadillac sketches and projects.

Cadillac concepts and sketches by Wayne Kady - Ретрофутуризм.

1961 Chevrolet Parkwood renderings vierstradesign.com © 2013

1961 Chevrolet Parkwood renderings vierstradesign.com © 2013

A mid 1950’s design of Russinoff’s with bubble top and rocket-like gun-sight taillights.

A mid design of Russinoff’s with bubble top and rocket-like gun-sight taillights.

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