Here's one potential layout for a scene in the upcoming documetary on the Gyroanut. On the drawing board is Alex Tremulis' proposal for a 105 inch wheelbased car he rendered for Kaiser -Frazer in 1952. Scattered around the artwork are Alex's original tools he used to create his incredible visions of the future. The Thayer and Chandler airbrush dates to around 1940, so it would be the one he also used to create his WWII aircraft, the Tucker renderings, as well as numerous Ford Autorama show cars.
5/25/2012 01:39:07 pm
WOwwwwww! Your site is so well done and sooooo rich in history, it brings back the goose bumps I encountered when I was 10 first reading about these accomplishments. This will make a magnificent documentary or better yet a movie of the storied tales that led up to these historic events. Just know you re ignited the fuel in this ten year old housed in a 56 year old flesh powered streamliner! Go get another record!
10/1/2013 08:22:20 am
Work is much more fun than fun.
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