Fantastic, classic, car script logo design… via room42:
Chromeography | Metal logos, lettering, emblems, and badges affixed to vintage autos and appliance.
A never-implemented 1904 solution to horses being startled by new-fangled horseless carriages. Just put a (fake) horse on it… via historical-nonfiction:
Early automobiles tended to frighten horses, so in 1904 Henry Hayes proposed attaching a life-size fake horse to the front of each car, to give the illusion that they were ordinary carriages.
The horse’s head would be fitted with a lensed lamp, its mouth would hold a horn, and its hollow interior could store fuel, tools, and extra tires. The saddle could even bear a rider.
Cadillac Cyclone, 1959
The Cadillac Cyclone is a concept car built in 1959 by the Cadillac Division of General Motors. The Cyclone was never mass-produced as a production model.