From his studio emerged some of Cadillac’s most storied designs, including the fabulous 1967 Eldorado.
That the Cadillac was really the 1966 Oldsmobile Toronado underneath, and shared many common aspects, including the roof, windscreen and cowl — is a testament to Stan’s ability to give new form to what others had shaped.
The svelte 1975 Cadillac Seville was also from Parker’s studio.
Again, he did well to disguise its humble Chevrolet Nova underpinnings.
When you look through Stan Parker’s design resume it is clear that he preferred cars with clean sides and razor sharp lines.
That his resume includes two iconic automobiles on two continents, EH Holden and the Eldorado, is demonstrable evidence of his versatility and influence.