C Concept, Lincoln, Detroit Auto Show.
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Lincoln C Concept
MPGomatic.com captures the awesome Lincoln C Concept on video at the 2009 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit, Michigan.
Bailey Blade Car Design / Building the body buck adding foam core - Part 2
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This video is part one of the Foaming process. Basically it's a time-lapse video of me inserting foam sections in-between the wood forms that I built in the previous video. The foam process will take a bit more time to do as there is a lot of shaping and cutting to do. But this will give you an idea... Took a few hours to do and I was since and not feeling well this day. At the end talk a little about the project but can't really focus well because it was 900 degrees in the room.
Boattail 1990 Buick Riviera - concept car
"Faced with slumping sales, Buick briefly flirted with a radical departure from their stodgy image in 1987, when the Board of Directors secretly commissioned Jerry Hirschberg - the original head designer of the powerful & highly-styled 'Boattail Riviera' - to 'reinterpret the classic boattail design and usher in a new Golden Era for Buick.'
Working under a non-disclosure policy so strict it was "pretty much a secrecy oath," Hirschberg spent nearly two years on his design - which maintained the trademark 'boattail' rear end while adding futuristic flourishes, including a scooped grill and daring wheel skirts.
When it was finally unveiled to the Board in 1990, the proposed "re-energizer" of the Buick brand was hugely controversial - and it is not hard to see why, with its gas-devouring, old school 455 V8 and unique styling that many on the board condemned as "beyond comic book."
When the building that housed the only '90 Boattail prototype - as well as all the related plans and drawings - went up in flames, the supporters of the neo-boattail suspected arson. However, no investigation was ever launched. With the project mired in controversy and now hopelessly behind schedule, the experiment was left behind. Instead, Buick continued on the safe and staid course that had been its path for the last couple of decades - ever since the last of the boattail Rivieras had rolled off the assembly lines in 1973."
HD Drive the way to a concept car - Mercedes Benz Concept A class
The way to a concept car
Exterior designer Mark Fetherston and interior designer Jan Kaul show us where their inspiration came from for the Concept A-CLASS and what makes it so special. Building a concept car is complex and time-consuming but what the Mercedes-Benz designers have achieved in the interior and exterior of this car is impressive. An innovative design that heralds a new era for the compact-class at Mercedes-Benz.
Wild Wheels & Concept Cars
Accomplished designer Troy Sumitomo rolls thru his shop, Five Axis Design, to show off some wicked wheels & rides!
Troy Sumitomo is an accomplished designer and owner of Five Axis Design, specializing in concept car building. Troy and his team designed the award-winning Five Axis Scions and even built a full-size Hot Wheels car. Five Axis Design creations have been featured in museums, tv shows, and major publications. Learn more at http://www.fiveaxis.net/
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Lincoln MKR Concept
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Lincoln MKR Concept