On the Pebble Beach Concourse field two years ago, I was startled by a General Motors dream car from the ’60s I could not recall ever seeing or reading about in magazines. Build quality was definitely up to the exceptional standards of GM Styling Section shops as I knew them when I worked there, but the styling was puzzling. Less “decorated” than usual for GM, it incorporated a typical ’60s wedge profile, yet there was a clear reference to the fins on Franco Scaglione’s three early-’50s BAT (Bertone Aerodynamica Technica) concept cars, toned down… read more and view the gallery >
The 1965 Pontiac Vivant
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This is a story about Jack Smith, one of the individuals behind the Plymouth Road Runner for Chrysler during the 1960s and early 1970s. I