February 13, 1956 | Harry Phillips
A motion picture and stage show called Key to the Future is a spectacular part of the 1956 Motorama, which I had a chance to see (along with 275,000 other interested visitors) while it was in New York two weeks ago....
March 05, 1956 | Norman E. Nicholson
A few years ago, a tough competitor named James J. Nance deserted the electrical-appliance business to join the varsity of American industry in Detroit. He hadn't been in the motor capital long when, understandably...
October 08, 1956 | Fred R. Smith
The many new devices that plug into an automobile's cigaret lighter socket are so varied and ingenious that any man on the road can have as many-home and office appliances at his fingertips as Dick Tracy's Flattop...
September 15, 1958 | Kenneth Rudeen
GM's missile-shaped dream car has no steering wheel, brake pedal or gas pedal; you just nudge the stick
April 06, 1959 | Kenneth Rudeen
It will open this weekend, featuring new medium-priced models among more than 300 cars from eight countries