Atlas / Allied Owners Take Notice! The “Latest Cisitalia Speedster:” Auto Sport Review, March 1953

Hi Gang… Chicken or egg?  The 94” wheelbase Cisitalia Roadster or the Allied Falcon Roadster? Let’s talk fiberglass! Bill Burke, Roy Kinch, and Mickey Thompson introduced the 94” Swallow Coupe to an excited world in November ’52.  Their roadster version … Continue reading

The Atlas / Allied Fiber Glass Company: The Details Are In The Diagrams – Brochure #4

————————— Note:  The next series of stories here on Forgotten Fiberglass are going to focus on the brochures and associated customer communication of the Atlas / Allied Fiber Glass Company.  We’re lucky here at Forgotten Fiberglass to have become friends … Continue reading

The Atlas / Allied Fiber Glass Company: The Allied Falcon Fiber-Glass Body Brochure #3

————————— Note:  The next series of stories here on Forgotten Fiberglass are going to focus on the brochures and associated customer communication of the Atlas / Allied Fiber Glass Company.  We’re lucky here at Forgotten Fiberglass to have become friends … Continue reading

The Atlas / Allied Fiber Glass Company: The Allied Swallow Fiber-Glass Body Brochure #2

————————— Note:  The next series of stories here on Forgotten Fiberglass are going to focus on the brochures and associated customer communication of the Atlas / Allied Fiber Glass Company.  We’re lucky here at Forgotten Fiberglass to have become friends … Continue reading

The Atlas / Allied Fiber Glass Company: America’s First Production Fiberglass Coupe Body – Brochure #1

————————— Note:  The next series of stories here on Forgotten Fiberglass are going to focus on the brochures and associated customer communication of the Atlas / Allied Fiber Glass Company.  We’re lucky here at Forgotten Fiberglass to have become friends … Continue reading

The Birth Of The Allied / Atlas Swallow – The Cisitalia: Auto Speed and Sport, September 1952

Hi Gang… Where did each of our fiberglass sports cars come from?  Here at Forgotten Fiberglass, we are discussing the design heritage of the cars we’ve come to love.  We’ve even created a “Design Heritage” category that you can search … Continue reading