Fixtures built while you wait
- Equipment installations. // Automotive News;5/24/1995, Vol. 69 Issue 5606, p73
Presents statistics on body type and roof installations for North America-built cars based on 1994 model year production. Two-door notchback and hatchback models; Four-door notchback and hatchback models; Wagon; Convertible; Electric and manual sunroof; Vinyl roof; T-roof.
- Equipment installations. // Automotive News;5/24/1995, Vol. 69 Issue 5606, p94
Presents statistics on body type and roof installations of imported cars in the United States based on 1994 model year sales. Two-door notchback and hatchback; four-door notchback and hatchback; Wagon; Convertible; Electric and manual sunroof; Vinyl roof; T-top.
- Body/chassis evolution. // Automotive Industries;Jul96, Vol. 176 Issue 7, p45
Presents the evolution of the body/chassis component of automobiles. Types of frames.
- Building better bodies: ULSAB gets real. Vasilash, Gary S. // Automotive Manufacturing & Production;Apr98, Vol. 110 Issue 4, p28
Features the Ultralight Steel Automobile Body (ULSAB) program. Phases of the project; Manufacture of the ULSAB at the Porsche facility in Weissach, Germany; Description of the ULSAB; Technology used in the manufacture of the ULSAB. INSET: Steel is green..
- Asia spy report. Oldham, Scott // Popular Mechanics;Feb97, Vol. 174 Issue 2, p34
Features the 1998 and 1999 car models, 1998 Honda Accord, 1998 Kia Sephia, Nissan Sentra SE, 1999 Daewoo T-Car and Suzuki Esteem Wagon. Design and built of the Honda Accord; Doubts regarding the Kia Sephia; Innovations of the Nissan Sentra; Components of the Daewoo T-car; Negative impression on...
- Your view of driving comfort depends on where you stand. Thompson, Steven L. // AutoWeek;6/5/95, Vol. 45 Issue 23, p16
Focuses on the A-pillars of automobiles. Design; Safety concerns; Psychological response to A-pillar placement.
- Artist meets engineer. Winter, Drew // Ward's Auto World;May96, Vol. 32 Issue 5, p93
Presents information on the designing of automobile bodies by various United States automobile companies. Development of United States styling studio by Harley J. Earl; Reason for Earl to join General Motors Corporation; Competition between automobile makers; Details on Fords Styling Director...
- Cars that made a difference. Arnholt, Mike // Ward's Auto World;May96, Vol. 32 Issue 5, p99
Presents information on automobiles which influence the designing and styling of automobiles bodies over the past 100 years. Names of automobiles; Which year the car was manufactured; Technical innovations made to design of automobile; Success of car in automobile industry.
- CORRECTION. // Popular Science;Jul2010, Vol. 277 Issue 1, p12
A correction to an article that was published in a previous 2010 issue regarding the designer of the fiberglass automobile body is presented.