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Illustrated by Richard Arbib in 1972, this enormous "leisure-mobile" of the future was called the GM Bonanza. It looks like it wouldn't have done very well during the 1970's oil crisis. Or at any time when fuel is more than $.03 per gallon, really.

It's Probably Good GM's Gas-Guzzling "Leisure-Mobile" Never Got Made

GM’s Gas-Guzzling “Leisure-Mobile”

Dean's Garage | George Krispinsky—Ford, AMC, and Chrysler Designer

George Krispinsky—Ford, AMC, and Chrysler Designer - Dean’s Garage

Clark Lincoln, GM Designer : Dean’s Garage

Clark Lincoln, GM Designer - Dean’s Garage

“Things are a lot more like they used to be than they are now.”

Drive Movie Bus from Crow’s Nest (Modern Mechanix , June,

Richard Arbib's Starfire design (1953)

Starfire concept car designed by Richard Arbib.

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ru - The main resource of the vehicle design. The design of the car.

Drawing by Chuck Jordan who later in his career became a VP of GM Design. At the time Chuck did this work (mid 50s) he was in the GM Truck and Coach Studio under Bill Lange.

Drawing by Chuck Jordan who later in his career became a VP of GM Design. At the time Chuck did this work (mid he was in the GM Truck and Coach Studio under Bill Lange.

 Citroen DS

DS Camper with 6 wheels

1975 Pontiac Grand Prix Exterior Design Proposal by Geza Loczi

Pen and ink, dry marker, pencil on paper. From the collection of Geza Loczi

Jeff Gold’s Rescued Studio Art Collection | Dean’s Garage

Jeff Gold’s Rescued Studio Art Collection - Dean’s Garage

GondolaTerra by Brooks Stevens

Utopia, the common ancestor of all of Brooks Stevens’

Art,fashion,design,technology etc from the atomic space age

ROCKET BUS !!!

1956 Viberti Golden Dolphin Bus Full HD Wallpaper and Background

I had the privilege of working with Geza in my first studio when I  first started at General Motors.

Géza Lóczi is a Hungarian American car designer, Director of Design at Volvo Monitoring Concept Center (VMCC in Camarillo, California).

Packard Clipper proposal by Bill Brownlie for Briggs Design Ca. 1952/53

Packard Clipper proposal by Bill Brownlie for Briggs Design Ca.

Homer LaGassey (GM, Ford, Chrysler)

Homer LaGassey (GM, Ford, Chrysler)

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