The Dreams that Make the Fords (Feb, 1951)
The Dreams that Make the Fords
THE automobiles you see pictured here will never be built. They are dream cars from the Advanced Styling Studio of the Ford Motor Co. The studio’s artists drew them as a free exercise in imagination.
A dozen artists and four clay modelers dream up cars like this day in and day out. They have one of the world’s pleasantest chores. Their only assignment is to produce new styling ideas. And they do—some 300
never-never dreamboat designs every year. While these cars will never reach a production line, an idea for a fender curve, radiator grille, or top may be borrowed for a production car in 1955 or 1960.