This feature article in the Palm Beach Post newspaper highlights how Harley Earl's seamless fusion of art and technology created a revolutionary new field - the art of making cars - that would soon become the largest contemporary art market in the world. Designing such iconic classics as the Y-Job (the world's first concept car), the Le Sabre, the 1953 Corvette and the 1959 Cadillac Eldorado, Earl's "Greatest Hits" list is as sensational and commercially successful as anything created by Elvis Presley or Andy Warhol.