Jay Everett enjoyed a highly successful career as a model maker. Among other accomplishments, he is credited with developing the distinctive shape of the Michelob beer bottle as well as pre-production models of the famous Eames molded-plastic chairs, Polaroid cameras and World’s Fair exhibits for the Finnish architect Eero Saarinen. Everett, living in California, was a young father working from a small garage behind his house who briefly attended the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena.
Jay Everett's Cars
Cars Restyled by Jay Everett
Ed Wilder's 1952 Cadillac Coupe deVille
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