1948 Buick Streamliner- Norman E. Timbs, a GM engineer, designed this car. Unlike the beautiful cars that Harley J. Earl was famous for, this one is crafted from aluminum and weighed only Awesome ride!
Now here's a hybrid we can get excited about. Check out this Buick Wildcat II Concept car built for the 1954 GM Motorama. Radical even by standards, this one off sporty Buick knocked 'em dead back in the day.
1954 Chevrolet Corvette Bubble Top (One of the most unique aftermarket accessories ever made for the generation Corvettes. The removable “bubble top” hard top cost nearly of the total price of the car in Only 25 of these tops were ever built)
Looking for images of the 1951 Buick Concept? The collaboration between Earl and Chayne on the Buick Y-Job soon produced other imaginative Buick concept cars. In the pair created two new dream cars, LeSabre and These vehicles were the. Photo Name: