The National Museum of Transportation (TNMOT) is creating an exhibit about the Fisher Body Craftsman’s Guild, a competition where participants crafted a model coach (later a concept car) to be judged by GM designers and engineers. Winners were often awarded significant college scholarships. The Craftsman’s Guild competition ran from the 1930’s into the late 1960’s.
TNMOT is associated with multiple individuals who competed for the Fisher Body scholarships.
Hear more here about Bob Cass and his Fisher Body contest experience.
Hear more here from John Marasa regarding his competitive Fisher Body submission.
Hear more here as Frank Bloemke describes his Fisher Body competition.