• Search Factory Literature, Magazines, etc.

  • This appeared in the November 1979 Motor Trend magazine. While a number of these aftermarket conversion companies have become relatively familiar to early Fox enthusiasts, a quick search turns up nothing about Tomorrow's Classics. The name of the company certainly doesn't help as most results are speculation about the collector cars of the future.

    While the article mentions base models or Ghia coupes, the car in the picture is certainly very basic with its missing trim.

    Do you know anything about Tomorrow's Classics? Have you seen one of these cars, or better yet, have one with some documentation? Please let us know!
    Comments 4 Comments
    1. burntorange84's Avatar
      burntorange84 -
      I know nothing...but quite odd looking with door smoking windows.
    1. mrmustang's Avatar
      mrmustang -
      It was a one hit wonder that never made it past this prototype shown
    1. grumski's Avatar
      grumski -
      [I have this vehicle in a 1981 ghia model.Conversion done by Steas Industries Buffalo N Y....any one know about them?
    1. KevinK's Avatar
      KevinK -
      Wow, there were a number of coach companies doing them. Probably very few made more than 10 of them by 1983. If this was are Car mag., they probably had to rush and finish up at the last minute or maybe parts were not readily. Available such as the body side moldings.

      Some items that stand out:
      -Vent windows, what car did the steal that from?
      -Missing body side moldings
      -Recaro seats, head rest looks like it
      -Snap on tonneau cover, this is a major clue on who made it, the cover varies by company
      -Windshield frame seems to sit very upright. Maybe I have been looking at ASC cars for too m any years.

      No reference of them mentioned on
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