Bill Cushenberry's Space Coupe - the resurrection - plus the Mustang Owners Museum

Famed customizer Bill Cushenberry worked with the likes of George Barris, even helping to shape the famed 1960s Batmobile. He was a true design artist himself whose groundbreaking work included the car that got away, the Space Coupe.

50 years after its disappearance it turned-up in a field and Barry Gremillion is working with a team to bring it back to life. What happened to the car, where are they now, and when can we see it? In part two of the interview with Barry we will learn when we might actually see the Space Coupe finished.

Then we speak with Steve Hall from the Mustang Owners Museum, a new museum dedicated to preserving the story of the Ford Mustang along with displaying concepts, originals, classics and more. The Curbside Classic Car Show podcast is released each Friday at 8am and is a fun look at the world of vintage cars through the eyes of Jim Cherry, noted author, illustrator and commentator and Tony Barthel, publisher of the Curbside Car Show Calendar at www.curbside.tv

Check out Barry Gremillion’s website about the Bill Cushenberry Space Coupe.

Have a virtual visit of the California Automobile Museum.

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Tony Barthel

Tony Barthel has been writing articles and blogs since 1996 with reviews of new cars, stories about old cars and the people who love them and finding the best car shows around for the Curbside car show calendar. He is also author of a book on event planning and public speaker on business and tourism marketing plus a YouTube creator of travel videos. Tony loves RVing and is the co-publisher of the StressLess Camping blog.