Students standing in a line, posing with their rubber band racers for Gaylord Eckles's class.
Albert Yu (TRAN 1983) and Andy Ogden (TRAN 1983) preparing their presentations.
Model of a silver, four-door car with black windows and red rims by Hubert Lee (TRAN 2002) for the Toyota/Calty sponsored project. Lee was on Team Initial Drive.
Model of a grey, two-door convertible car by Shawn Collins (TRAN 2005) for the General Motors sponsored project.
Clay model of a sports car by Yosuke Ueno (TRAN 2000) for the Mazda sponsored project.
Model of a white and grey, two-door car by Bong Hun Chung (TRAN 2000) for the Project Flint sponsored project.
Model of a red sports car with black windows by Hideki Masuda (TRAN 1997).
McKinley Thompson (TRAN 1956, wearing tie) and another student reviewing working designs for a car.
Richard Hutting supervising as students work on a car buck. A tape drawing of the car is on the wall.
Carmine Scotch (ENVL 1988) presenting his work to Ford executives for the Ford sponsored project.
Model of a purple and yellow scooter labelled Mitica by Pierre Leclercq (TRAN 1998) for the Aprilia sponsored project.
J Mays visits Art Center in April 2000. These images show him speaking at a podium and visiting a classroom to discuss clay car models with students and staff.
Model of a red, four-door car that looks like a shortened pickup truck by Kahren Arakelyan (TRAN 2000) for the Honda sponsored project.
Jared Rundell (TRAN 1987) setting up his final presentation for the General Motors Saturn sponsored project.
Unidentified students posing with their work for the Caterpillar sponsored project.
Model of a yellow minivan with two poles curved from the front bumper to the back bumper by Carsten Astheimer (TRAN 1993).
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 car buck.
Model of a silver sports car with purple windows by Henriette Joop (TRAN 1992) for the General Motors Corvette sponsored project.
Jerome Scholzen (TRAN 1997) posing with his model of a beige, four-door car for the Honda sponsored project.