|Motorama 1954 by Dave Snyder|
The big news for the 1954 GM Motorama was the number of concept cars. Chevrolet caught everyone's attention with the
Corvette based Nomad wagon and Corvair fastback displayed next to the production Corvette. Pontiac featured the
Bonneville Special bubble top with gull wing windows. It was powered by the Pontiac straight eight with four two
barrel carbs and an automatic transmission. The Oldsmobile dream car was the sporty F-88. The most radical design
was the Wildcat II, the pontoon fenders and headlights mounted on the A post made a lasting impression. It was powered
by a 220 h.p. V-8 on a 100 inch wheelbase.
This new painting "Motorama 1954" shows the GM and event staff finishing the last minute details before the opening.
Print Size: 15"x34" image on 20"x36" heavy stock, Edition Size: 950, S/N Price: $110