Harley Earl

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Taplinger, 1990 - Architecture - 159 pages
If Henry Ford said, You can have it any color as long as it is black, the rejoinder came from Harley Earl. He was the man who gave the American car of the 1950's its distinctive flash and swagger, all tailfins, twotone color and chrome.

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Stephen Bayley is a regular contributor to art and design magazines. He lectures worldwide, is frequently interviewed and quoted by the media, and judges international design competitions.

Sir Terence Conran is one of the world's leading designers, furniture makers and retailers. His architecture and design practice is responsible for prestigious projects around the world. His books, including the ground-breaking "The House Book," have sold more than 20 million copies worldwide.

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