'Your papers, please' must never be heard in America
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
What ever happened to the cars of tomorrow? Many years and many miles ago, cavernous exhibit halls would be packed with thousands of gawking spectators jostling around the newest machine from Henry Ford, or sneaking a glimpse at the stunning female models who were on display as much as the cars.
"Everybody wants to be in the game, the public eye," he said. "It's a reflection on the culture and the economy and what a big play it is. Cars are a reflection of lifestyle, personality and finances."
"The design was all-important," Mr. Alberts said. "It used to be that simple 30 or 40 years ago. You had to appeal to a younger crowd."