WELCOME TO FORGOTTEN FIBERGLASS!
“Where the History and Adventure of Learning About, Owning, and Appreciating Handcrafted Sports Cars from the 40s, 50s and Beyond Comes Together”
Great To Have You With Us!
Welcome to our gang of Forgotten Fiberglass aFicionados. We’re happy to have you here with us and welcome you in every way.
As you begin to explore our website in greater depth, you may want to check out the additional information found under the Welcome link on the menu bar at the top of our website. When you click on Welcome the following menu appears:
Each of the links that appear under Welcome to Forgotten Fiberglass provide greater access to information on our website, and is shown below. You can also click on any of the links below to be brought directly to these same pages.
This is where everyone should start – especially if it’s your first visit to Forgotten Fiberglass. Click on the following link to read:
This is the Story About the Handcrafted Sports Car Movement in the Early Postwar Years
A 20 Minute Radio Interview That Focuses on These Early Postwar Handcrafted Sports Cars
VISIT / TOUR:
The Locations Where Fiberglass and Other Cars are Stored and Worked On
Shows Quotes About the Research and Writing on Forgotten Fiberglass
Highlights Some of the Best and Most Important Stories Here
Page Shows the Variety of Areas That Our Research Has Had an Impact Which Includes Books, Articles, Exhibitions, TV, Radio, Concours d’Elegance Events, Restorations, Automotive Adventures, and More
Why We Do What We Do – And How We Do It
CONCOURS, MUSEUMS, & EXHIBITIONS:
Recent Attention in Concours, Museums and Exhibitions Across the Country
CONCOURS D’ELEGANCE APPEARANCES:
Concours Appearances of our Cars
A Detailed Review of the Background of Geoff Hacker, Rick D’Louhy, and Other Significant Partners in This Research
The most important thing to remember as you review our Forgotten Fiberglass website is to have a great time reading the stories, viewing the pictures, and learning about these special cars and their builders.
We hope you enjoy your time with us and welcome you to your new band of fiberglass friends.
Glass on gang!