Streamlining is a form of structure that lessens resistance and turbulence to air flow.
Although its golden age is normally associated with the nineteen-thirties, the first streamlined car, the Rumpler Tropfenwagen emerged in 1921. Streamline-inspired forms were most prominent in aircraft designs, but they were also applied to trains, buses, even buildings with their beautifully rounded frontages, and trucks. Here are a few sleek old haulers, some depicted in their original settings, that might keep you endlessly amused.
Great pictures! Being a fan / collector of the Art Deco period + an automobile enthusiast to boot, I really find these types of vehicles of this era fascinating! Any more pictures?
Ron, there are numerous others but our art director deemed them insufficiently streamlined. Nonetheless, they are nostalgic and deserving. Hoping to have them published soon. Sincerely, Vm
Some great pictures there, not sure how the Pony Beer Depot pick up sneaked past your Art Director’s gaze though.
Dave, She claims a momentary distraction overpowered her. Apparently, the heat and humidity of that summer day brought to mind a cry she once heard in a Dublin inn: “Lorry-up another load of Guinness, would you?”… the infatuations that sustain her through this swelter! Vm