General Motors produced this new video tribute to the company’s first concept car, the Buick Y-Job, and its first vice-president of styling, Harley J. Earl. The creative vision starts here, and it continues today. Continue reading
In this rare General Motors footage, watch as some finishing touches are applied to Harley Earl’s masterpiece, the 1951 LeSabre dream car. Continue reading
In the late 1940s, the Motor City’s auto designers were working from a clean sheet of paper in their idea cars and prototypes. Here’s one intriguing example: the streamlined, rear-engine 1948 Corsair from Harley Earl and General Motors. Continue reading
REVISED AND UPDATED: Here’s a not-too-long historical video (around eight minutes) with the spotlight on a true auto industry pioneer: Harley Earl. Continue reading
If you’re a fan of old factory car photos (and who isn’t?) you’ve surely noticed the interesting setting for some GM pics from the 1930s. Like this one, for instance. Here’s the story.