This ‘Ghost Car’ Is One Of A Kind. The Longer You Look At The Photos, The Stranger They Become.
Motor-heads, car fanatics, and vintage auto obsessives, prepare yourselves to be impressed: Even if you love classic cars, you probably haven't seen one like this before.
Unveiled at the General Motor Highways pavilion at the 1939 World Fair, this Pontiac Ghost Car is a feat of engineering and design. It was built in collaboration with the company who developed Plexiglass, and it's the only one of its kind.
The care is fully-functioning, and totally see through. Get a better look at the ins and outs of this amazing machine below.
The car was designed so you can see every last bit of its inner workings.
It's also a 1939 Pontiac, modeled after a Pontiac Deluxe Six.
The entire exterior is made from molded Plexiglass.
This transparent car was also the first one to be built in the United States.
It's got all the subtle details of the best classic cars.
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