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Aurel Persu (1890–1977) was a Romanian engineer, and the first to apply aerodynamics principles to automobiles. He came to the conclusion that the perfectly aerodynamic automobile has the shape of a falling water-drop. I chose this picture because I can imagine this is what Gatsby from The Great Gatsby car looked like.

Aurel Persu was a Romanian engineer, and the first to apply aerodynamics principles to automobiles. He came to the conclusion that the perfectly aerodynamic automobile has the shape of a falling water-drop.

Tucker Carioca - Rio de Janeiro

Cool Cars - Just a Car Guy: Tucker's try (The Carioca) was from a De Sakhnoffsky design, and potentially would have been made in Brazil

Spirit of Tomorrow. Radical design using a mixture of aircraft & auto parts. Photo by Iggy., via Flickr

Spirit of Tomorrow. Radical design using a mixture of aircraft & auto parts. Photo by Iggy

1935 Stout Scarab

The "Stout Scarab" the world's first production minivan. Designed by William Bushnell Stout via Design is This FB

1935 Stout Scarab, streamlined aerodynamic retro futuristic art deco (((>> Please feel free to repin.

The Stout Scarab is a unique U.S automobile designed by William Bushnell Stout and produced in small numbers by Stout Engineering Laboratories and later by Stout Motor Car Company of Detroit, Michigan.