|Time has not been kind to my second entry into the Fisher Body Craftsman's Guild.|
Originally there was a windshield, steering levers, and two tall tail fins just behind
the passenger compartment (their loss was no great loss).
|The 1947 winner by Chuck Jordan, who, by 1965, was in charge of GM's Styling Center.|
A replica of this model now rest in Detroit's Ford-Edison Museum
|In this 2010 photo, Geza Loczi |
holds his 1965 winning model.
Shortly thereafter he joined
the GM design staff.
|What ten years did for tail fins. 1949 on the left, 1959 on the right.|
|Virgil Exner's 1959 Dodge wasn't exactly modest when it came to tail fins.|