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    When you hear the name AMT, many of you will probably ask the question, who was AMT? What did the company manufacture? The AMT Corporation, which stood for Aluminum Model Toys, was located in Michigan and was one of the largest and leading manufacturing toy companies in the world to produce toy cars or scale models for Chrysler, General Motors, Ford, Packard, and Studebaker. The company was created by Mr. West Gallogy Sr. an attorney, Mr. George Toteff, ...
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    During the 1950's, Mr. Andrew A. Kucher, who was Ford's Vice President of engineering and the head of the Scientific Laboratory was the visionary behind a new concept model called the Levacar Mach I by Ford Motor Company. The Levacar Mach I was unique due to its styling and was designed for only one passenger. During the early stages of its development inside Ford's design studio, ...
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    Known as one of the most influential and exciting shows in automotive history, General Motorís Motorama was made popular during the 1950ís and early 1960ís. The journey of Motorama shows started in 1950, at the prestigious Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York City. For many who attended the great shows over the years, it was exciting, amazing, and even thrilling to look into the future of automobiles. Visitors could see a vision of what the potential American sports car looked like or take a tour of a beautiful showroom with cars that one could only dream of. It was the best of times in this country and General Motors, led the way with many great stage shows and production cars which visitors thoroughly enjoyed. ...
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    Many automotive historians will refer to the GM 1963 split window Corvette design as the most beautiful Corvette produced during the 1960s. One man in particular who was highly involved with the popular 1963 Corvette development and styling theme was Mr. Larry Shinoda. His journey began in 1930 when he was born and raised in Southern California. When he was just a student ...
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    The production of the Shelby Mustang GT-350 models, later nicknamed the Cobra, were built and manufactured at the assembly plant in California. ¨The Shelby Mustang models were first introduced to the public on January 27, 1965 at Riverside Raceway among many fans and automotive enthusiasts. The models became an instant success for Ford Motor Company. Two individuals ...

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