*Please note the display of vehicles is rotating and some cars pictured may not be available*
Special Exhibition - Transatlantic Style - July 8 to Sept 30
Automobiles designed and built in the decade and a half spanning the end of World War II and 1960 represented much beyond mere function. They served as the tangible expressions of progress, personal freedom, style and prestige for both the manufacturer and the consumer who drove them.
That this extraordinary moment in time, which saw the creation of some of the most important, dramatic and memorable automobiles in both America and Italy has not been examined and celebrated before now seems hard to believe. Any true review of 20th century design and the effect of World War II on automotive design must include a close look at this dynamic and fascinating period of creative exchange between two automobile loving nations.
Join us for a special exhibition highlighting these magnificent works of automobile art. Over 20 cars will be joining the gallery for a limited time, check them out before they’re gone. The exhibition runs from July 8th to September 30th.
“Just unveiled and running through September 30, the Blackhawk Automotive Museum in Danville, California, offers what figures to be one of the most talked-about exhibitions of the year — “Transatlantic Style: A Romance of Fins and Chrome.” – ClassicCars.com