Model of a green (chartreuse) sports car labelled Nemesis by Marek Djordjevic (TRAN 1991) for the Chrysler sponsored project.
Sketch of a car suspension by Douglas "Chip" Foose (TRAN 1990) for the Chrysler sponsored project.
Douglas "Chip" Foose (TRAN 1990) setting up his car model for final presentation for the Chrysler sponsored project.
Chrysler executives looking at Tadahiro Kamimura's (TRAN 1990) final project for the Chrysler sponsored project.
Model of a red, six-wheeled truck labelled Pasadena City Fire Department by Cory McCullagh (TRAN 1991) for the Isuzu sponsored project.
Rendering of a Saturn coupe by Nathan Young (TRAN 1987) for the General Motors Saturn sponsored project.
Model of a white and grey motorcycle by Michael Song (TRAN 1993) for the A.I.S.I. sponsored project.
Model of a silver sports car with purple windows by Henriette Joop (TRAN 1992) for the General Motors Corvette sponsored project. Joop is posing with her model in images 11 and 12.
Model of a black and silver, two-door car by Seung-Jae Min (TRAN 1994) for the A.I.S.I. sponsored project.
Model of a dark purple race car with a bright green swoosh on the top by Robert Tom (TRAN 1993) for the Honda Indy Car sponsored project.
Model of a purple red car with a light blue stripe by Craig Peterson (TRAN 1996) for the Hot Rods by Boyd sponsored project.
Close-up of a model of a silver motorcycle with purple wheels labelled Raptor by Hans Moritz (TRAN 1995).
Model of an orange, two-door car by Jason Wilbur (TRAN 2005) for the General Motors sponsored project.
Students working on their car models for the General Motors sponsored project.
Unidentified students working on their drawings and models for a Ferrari project.
Model of a black and orange motorcycle by Derek Howard (PROD 2007). The model is for a mobility design project taught by Gaylord Eckles (and Ashcraft?). It is labelled Link Systems.
Unidentified students working on their drawings and car models in the classroom. Faculty member Heidrun Mumper-Drumm is talking with a student about his renderings (1-9).
Gaylord Eckles reviewing the drawing plans for a project called "Orbit Satellite" and discussing it with three students (far right, Robin Neudorfer (ENVL 1979)). There is a small-scale model on the table next to the drawings.
Gaylord Eckles and a group of students are viewing a model. On the wall behind them is the word AXIS and a plaque listing the students in Group 7: Jon Aruga (ENVL 1984), Eric Gale, Jeff Lebold (ENVL 1985), Rodney Ross (ENVL 1984), Yitzhak "Issak" Zaksenberg (PROD).
Students at work on drawings from a live female model. George Vernon Wilson is advising a student on his drawing.