Tag Archives: General Motors Heritage Center

Harley Earl’s Buick Y Job – The Ur Concept Car

To view the entire photo gallery in 2D or your choice of stereo 3D formats, click here for a Flash player , here for an HTML applet, or here for an HTML5 viewer The best part of writing about cars is the very cool … Continue reading

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Chevrolet Aerovette Concept

To view the entire photo gallery in 2D or your choice of stereo 3D formats, click here for a Flash player , here for an HTML applet, or here for an HTML5 viewer It’s had a complicated history and it’s the closest that a … Continue reading

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How The Oldsmobile Toronado Was Designed

To view the entire photo gallery in 2D or your choice of stereo 3D formats, click here for a Flash player , here for an HTML applet, or here for an HTML5 viewer Over at Dean’s Garage, where retired car designers hang out, Dick … Continue reading

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Buick Centurion Motorama Show Car

The Buick Centurion concept car from the 1956 GM Motorama is a great example of why we started Cars In Depth. In regular photos and video it’s a strange looking car, with insect looking headlights and huge horizontal tailfins (that … Continue reading

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Cadillac Sixteen 3D Video from the General Motors Heritage Center

Start the video, then click on the 3D button in the menu bar to select 3D or 2D format. You can also select resolution up to 720p HD It never went into production but it seems to me that the … Continue reading

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