Man, it was cool to see the progress made, and the design features that have been kept consistently. I love my long-hood, short-deck, 2-door affordable sports car. I, for one, am thankful no four-door, station wagon, wood sided or rear-facing seating bubble-top hatchback models were made. There was enough of that crap made for us to look back on already.
Thanks for sharing. That Milano is pretty slick. It is always interesting to see the evolution and the different interpretations of the design language over time. A design team may want to go go in one direction, but then the politics that come into play from corporate and the number crunchers as to what is actually feasible to mass produce may push the designers to do something completely different. Amazing to think this process worked prior to computers.