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.|