Ford Motor Reps to Discuss Past, Present, Future of Automotive Design
Ever wonder how the shape of the 1965 Mustang came into being? Or what immortal hand framed the fearful symmetry of the Shelby GT (the muscle car Steve McQueen drove in Bullitt)? And how could a company that invented either masterpiece come up with something like the 1971 Pinto?
Join representatives from Ford Motor Company at 5 p.m. Feb. 14 in Alfred University’s Nevin’s Theater for a talk on the past, present and future of automotive design and modeling. The event is free and open to the public, sponsored by The Divisions of Ceramics and Foundations, The McComsey Career Development Center at Alfred University.
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