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Students working on a model of a car, otherwise known as a space buck.
Students working on a model of a car, otherwise known as a space buck.
Richard Hutting reviews progress student has made on a clay model of a car. Full scale drawing of a car on wall behind them.
Richard Hutting reviews progress student has made on a clay model of a car. Full scale drawing of a car on wall behind them.
Richard Hutting reviews progress student has made on a model of a car. Full scale drawing of a car on wall behind them along with a full-scale model of a car, otherwise known as a space buck.
Richard Hutting reviews progress student has made on a model of a car. Full scale drawing of a car on wall behind them along with a full-scale model of a car, otherwise known as a space buck.
Ford: Alpha I & II. Final presentation to Don de la Rosa, John Najjar and others. Students who worked on this project were: Charles Allen (PROD),Thomas Covert (PROD 1968), Herbert Grasse (TRAN 1968), John Lewis (PROD 1968), John Parks (PROD 1968), George Prentice (TRAN 1968), George Ptaszek (PROD 1968), Robert Salmon (PROD 1968), Delbert Swanson (PROD 1968), Paul Tam (PROD 1968) and Noritsuna Watanabe (TRAN 1969).
Ford: Alpha I & II. Final presentation to Don de la Rosa, John Najjar and others. Students who worked on this project were: Charles Allen (PROD),Thomas Covert (PROD 1968), Herbert Grasse (TRAN 1968), John Lewis (PROD 1968), John Parks (PROD 1968), George Prentice (TRAN 1968), George Ptaszek (PROD 1968), Robert Salmon (PROD 1968), Delbert Swanson (PROD 1968), Paul Tam (PROD 1968) and Noritsuna Watanabe (TRAN 1969).
Ford: Alpha I & II. Final presentation to Don de la Rosa, John Najjar and others. Students who worked on this project were: Charles Allen (PROD),Thomas Covert (PROD 1968), Herbert Grasse (TRAN 1968), John Lewis (PROD 1968), John Parks (PROD 1968), George Prentice (TRAN 1968), George Ptaszek (PROD 1968), Robert Salmon (PROD 1968), Delbert Swanson (PROD 1968), Paul Tam (PROD 1968) and Noritsuna Watanabe (TRAN 1969).
Ford: Alpha I & II. Final presentation to Don de la Rosa, John Najjar and others. Students who worked on this project were: Charles Allen (PROD),Thomas Covert (PROD 1968), Herbert Grasse (TRAN 1968), John Lewis (PROD 1968), John Parks (PROD 1968), George Prentice (TRAN 1968), George Ptaszek (PROD 1968), Robert Salmon (PROD 1968), Delbert Swanson (PROD 1968), Paul Tam (PROD 1968) and Noritsuna Watanabe (TRAN 1969).
Ford: Alpha I & II. Final presentation to Don de la Rosa, John Najjar and others. Students who worked on this project were: Charles Allen (PROD),Thomas Covert (PROD 1968), Herbert Grasse (TRAN 1968), John Lewis (PROD 1968), John Parks (PROD 1968), George Prentice (TRAN 1968), George Ptaszek (PROD 1968), Robert Salmon (PROD 1968), Delbert Swanson (PROD 1968), Paul Tam (PROD 1968) and Noritsuna Watanabe (TRAN 1969).
Ford: Alpha I & II. Final presentation to Don de la Rosa, John Najjar and others. Students who worked on this project were: Charles Allen (PROD),Thomas Covert (PROD 1968), Herbert Grasse (TRAN 1968), John Lewis (PROD 1968), John Parks (PROD 1968), George Prentice (TRAN 1968), George Ptaszek (PROD 1968), Robert Salmon (PROD 1968), Delbert Swanson (PROD 1968), Paul Tam (PROD 1968) and Noritsuna Watanabe (TRAN 1969).
Strother MacMinn and students looking at finished 1/8 scale models of cars. (L-R): Ron Tonkin, Strother MacMinn, Stewart Reed (TRAN 1969), Doug Wilson (TRAN 1969), Rolph Kneefel (TRAN 1969).
Strother MacMinn and students looking at finished 1/8 scale models of cars. (L-R): Ron Tonkin, Strother MacMinn, Stewart Reed (TRAN 1969), Doug Wilson (TRAN 1969), Rolph Kneefel (TRAN 1969).
Strother MacMinn and students looking at finished 1/8 scale models of cars. (L-R): Ron Tonkin, Strother MacMinn, Stewart Reed (TRAN 1969), Doug Wilson (TRAN 1969), Rolph Kneefel (TRAN 1969).
Strother MacMinn and students looking at finished 1/8 scale models of cars. (L-R): Ron Tonkin, Strother MacMinn, Stewart Reed (TRAN 1969), Doug Wilson (TRAN 1969), Rolph Kneefel (TRAN 1969).
Unidentified students working on their clay models in the classroom.
Unidentified students working on their clay models in the classroom.
An unidentified student in the classroom working on his project for the Audi sponsored project.
An unidentified student in the classroom working on his project for the Audi sponsored project.
Students presenting their work to Chrysler executives for the Chrysler sponsored project.
Students presenting their work to Chrysler executives for the Chrysler sponsored project.
An unidentified student presenting his model of a black car with red windows for the Webasto sponsored project. The model is on a pedestal in front of renderings for the final presentation.
An unidentified student presenting his model of a black car with red windows for the Webasto sponsored project. The model is on a pedestal in front of renderings for the final presentation.
Unidentified student working on his clay model for the General Motors Impact Electric project. Roger Gutierrez (TRAN 1992) is in the background working on his model.
Unidentified student working on his clay model for the General Motors Impact Electric project. Roger Gutierrez (TRAN 1992) is in the background working on his model.
An unidentified student posing with his model of a silver sports car. The model is on a pedestal in front of renderings on the wall for the final presentation.
An unidentified student posing with his model of a silver sports car. The model is on a pedestal in front of renderings on the wall for the final presentation.
An unidentified student presenting his model of a beige car. The model is on a pedestal in front of renderings on the wall for the final presentation.
An unidentified student presenting his model of a beige car. The model is on a pedestal in front of renderings on the wall for the final presentation.
3-Dimensional Design. Instructor Harry Bradley conducts a final critique in front of main entrance of Art Center College of Design with cars parked along curb in order to simulate real-world circumstances, as closely as possible, removing students and their cars from the isolation of the classroom.
3-Dimensional Design. Instructor Harry Bradley conducts a final critique in front of main entrance of Art Center College of Design with cars parked along curb in order to simulate real-world circumstances, as closely as possible, removing students and their cars from the isolation of the classroom.
Strother MacMinn advising students who are at work on preparing small scale wind tunnel models of cars for a test at Caltech.
Strother MacMinn advising students who are at work on preparing small scale wind tunnel models of cars for a test at Caltech.
Nissan Maxima. The six students of Team 2 standing around their model of a vehicle showing the interior design.
Nissan Maxima. The six students of Team 2 standing around their model of a vehicle showing the interior design.
Strother MacMinn and students looking at finished 1/8 scale models of cars. (L-R): Ron Tonkin, Strother MacMinn, Stewart Reed (TRAN 1969), Doug Wilson (TRAN 1969), Rolph Kneefel (TRAN 1969).
Strother MacMinn and students looking at finished 1/8 scale models of cars. (L-R): Ron Tonkin, Strother MacMinn, Stewart Reed (TRAN 1969), Doug Wilson (TRAN 1969), Rolph Kneefel (TRAN 1969).
Full-scale model of a wind tunnel car with three students standing around viewing the model.
Full-scale model of a wind tunnel car with three students standing around viewing the model.
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