6 edition of The GM Motorama dream cars of the fifties found in the catalog.
|Other titles||General Motor"s Motorama dream cars of the fifties|
|LC Classifications||TL7.U62 N483 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||136 p. :|
|Number of Pages||136|
|LC Control Number||95044653|
In addition to these dream cars, GM also brought vehicles that were precursors to Motorama, principally a Parade of Progress Futureliner, which during the s were used to . What we now call Concept Cars were known simply as ‘Dream Cars’ back in the day. During the ‘50s and ‘60s, General Motors built a broad array of such cars, many of which led directly to.
GM's Legendary Show & Concept Cars. Author: David Temple. Publisher: CarTech Inc ISBN: Category: Transportation Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» In an age of unbridled American enthusiasm and towering industrial might, the GM Motorama was a dazzling and elegant show that was unlike any automotive event before it or since. In the s, General Motors considered the gas-turbine the engine of the distant future. To get the point across, it built a series of equally futuristic cars -- the GM Motorama Firebirds. In contrast, Chrysler Corporation seemed to believe that turbine-engined cars were right around the corner in the mids.
But there was a time when GM was run more by engineers and car enthusiasts than by stock watchers and bean counters. And you can almost pinpoint the time that the company stopped caring. That was the time when the LaSalle Sedan and Roadster were shown at the Motorama car shows but never ushered into production. Reel #: CARS Set at the General Motors Motorama, 'Design for Dreaming' is one of the key Populuxe commercial films of the s, showing futuristic dream cars.
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Awakening GM's Motorama dream cars of the '50s. Read the full story at Automobile Magazine : Robert Cumberford. out of 5 stars The GM Motorama: Dream Cars of the Fifties.
Reviewed in the United States on Septem Verified Purchase. A really great book covering possibly the best auto era from the greatest ever auto company. I'll be buying more copies for auto fan friends.
Read more/5(2). Motorama: GM’s s’ Dream Cars View Slideshow. Buick Y-Job “Alfred Sloan Jr. and Harley Earl redefined automotive design in with the inception of the industries first design. In conclusion, many of the GM show cars introduced at the Motorama shows during the s were huge successes.
Today, the legacy of Harley Earl and his great looking GM models will always be a part of our automotive heritage. For more information on s GM show cars, contact the General Motors Photostore at Bibliography.
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'Dream Cars' What we now call Concept Cars were known simply as ‘Dream Cars’ back in the day. During the ‘50s and ‘60s, General Motors built a broad array of such cars, many of which led directly to production versions, while others were pure flights of fancy. General Motors staged extravagant and elaborate Motorama shows that rivaled some fashion shows.
It showcased some of the most revolutionary and innovative prototype and dream cars ever built. And it captured the imagination of the car-buying public from to In an age of unbridled American enthusiasm and towering industrial might, the GM Motorama was a dazzling and elegant show that was unlike any automotive event before it or since.
General Motors staged extravagant and elaborate Motorama shows that rivaled some fashion shows. It showcased some of the most revolutionary and innovative prototype and dream cars ever built/5(13).
LaSalle Roadster GM Motorama Car. Auto. Follow. 5 years ago | 3 views. LaSalle Roadster GM Motorama Car. Report. Browse more videos. Playing next. Best Seller GM s Motorama: The Glamorous Show Cars of a Cultural Phenomenon Free Read. “GM’s Motorama is the best book I have seen on the history of GM’s dream cars and the evolution of their concept.
This handsomely designed 10x10 inch book is lavishly illustrated with many never before seen photos, and so well-written you don’t want to put it down this is about as much book as you could ever hope to get for only $Reviews: In the postwar exuberance of America, General Motors launched their Motorama, an all-out extravaganza that turned the marketing of new cars and designs into a cultural event of national proportions.
GM's Motorama brings this short-lived but unforgettable tradition back to life with words and period photographs that revisit the posh venues, such as the Waldorf Astoria inwhere. The model year proved to be pivotal for General Motors, then the world’s largest car manufacturer.
Cars of the early s were stodgy and boxy. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Includes index. Description: pages: illustrations (some color) ; 27 cm: Other Titles: General Motor's Motorama dream cars of the fifties. The General Motors Motorama was the place to see the dream cars of the future during the s.
Now David Temple's book is the place to see them all. General Motors’ Motorama show was Fort Knox during the golden era of the automobile, and author David W. Temple puts readers of his new book in the middle of. General Motors staged extravagant and elaborate Motorama shows that rivaled some fashion shows.
It showcased some of the most revolutionary and innovative prototype and dream cars ever built. And In an age of unbridled American enthusiasm and towering industrial might, the GM Motorama was a dazzling and elegant show that was unlike any /5(1). In our continuing series taking a look at General Motors “Dream Cars” of the s, we turn the spotlight on the first Cadillac with fins, a one-of-a-kind, chauffer driven Pontiac and the Oldsmobile that many believe would have crushed Corvette in the marketplace.
Oldsmobile F Cadillac LeMans show car at the GM Motorama in New York City, The Cadillac LeMans dream car was a fiberglass two-passenger sports car shown at the Motorama.
It was named in honor of the famed French road race which Cadillac had competed in for the first time in The General Motors Motorama was the place to see the dream cars of the future during the s.
Now David Temple's book is the place to see them all. The General Motors Motorama Page. The General Motors Le Sabre was a concept ly the most important show car of the s, it introduced aircraft-inspired design elements such as the wrap-around windshield and tail fins, which became common on automotive designs during the second half of the decade.
Set at the General Motors Motorama, this is one of the key Populuxe films of the s, showing futuristic dream cars and Frigidaire's "Kitchen of the Future." Shotlist Produced to bring the G.M.
Motorama to audiences unable to see it in major cities, this fim introduces the new cars, Frigidaire's "Kitchen of Tomorrow," and the.
General Motors came out of the war years strong and was soon the largest car maker with the most money to spend and a desire to show off their capabilities. In GM created the General Motors Motorama, an auto show of highly stylized automobiles, concept and prototype vehicles, or what was to be called, 'Dream Cars', to showoff GM's powers.The most radical concept car of the s was the GM Firebird III from It was powered by a horsepower gas turbine engine mated to a modified Hydra-Matic transmission.
The car featured a twin bubble cockpit and ultrasonic key entry, but the most radical feature was a joystick controller to accelerate, brake & steer.Book is in Like New / near Mint Condition. Will include dust jacket if it originally came with one.
Text will be unmarked and pages crisp. Satisfaction is guaranteed with every order. GM MOTORAMA: DREAM CARS OF FIFTIES By Bruce Berghoff **Mint Condition**.