In the Summer of 1957, GM Design head Bill Mitchell, walked into a small GM design studio containing four young designers. He asked them to gather ‘round and pulled snapshots out of his pocket that he’d taken during a recent trip to Turin Italy for their Auto Show. He said he had some ideas for a new sports car and wanted to show them, via the cars in the photographs, the design elements he was keen to try. Ultimately Peter Brock drew the car Mitchell was after, which 5 years later became the ’63 Sting Ray. In this seminar, Brock shows many of his original sketches from 1957, sharing the many twists and turns the car’s design took (including the story of the secret studio the Stingray Racer was built in), along with the sketch Mitchell ultimately chose.
REGISTER TODAY FOR GOLDSCHOOL!
Friday, June 27th
To buy a GoldSchool pass to
GoldSchool is proudly sponsored by:
Tickets for the 2014 Show are on Sale Now!
Click HERE to purchase your tickets!