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1930年代に開発された「透明の車」が美しい

The 1939 Pontiac Deluxe Six Ghost Car was not your average vehicle. While many automobiles had bodies made from metal, Pontiac decided to go a different ro

June 11, 1940. "General Motors exhibit at Golden Gate International Exposition, San Francisco. Transparent Car with Pontiac Chassis and Body by Fisher." And what a body it is! 8x10 inch Agfa acetate negative.

The Plexiglas Pontiac, June 1940 “General Motors exhibit at Golden Gate International Exposition, San Francisco. Transparent Car with Pontiac Chassis and Body by Fisher.

Pontiac Deluxe Six

Pontiac Deluxe Six

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Vintage Miniature Racing Cars - Tether Cars - Dennymite, Bunch, Dooling, Hornet, McCoy, Alexander, Bremer Whirlwind, Hiller, BB Korn, Duesenberg, Antique, Vintage, Toy Car, Race, Racer, Pylon, Petrol

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1955 Iso Isetta - bubble cars were entered from the front - the whole front section was a hinged door - so if parked too close to something you could not get in or out.

The Pontiac Deluxe Six is a testament to the longevity of Plexiglas in an era when automotive plastics tended to self-destruct within a few years.

The Pontiac Deluxe Six is a testament to the longevity of Plexiglas in an era when automotive plastics tended to self-destruct within a few years.

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The Pontiac Plexiglas Deluxe Six of aka the “Ghost Car”, built in New York in and was presented at Futurama, as part of the thought that the GM cars in before the outbreak of the Second World War.

Velam Child's Pedal Car | The Bruce Weiner Microcar Museum 2013 | RM AUCTIONS

VELAM Child’s Pedal Car (steel version of the French Bubble Car) Bruce Weiner Collection via rmauctions

“Released at the General Motors Highways and Horizons pavilion at the 1939-40 World’s Fair in New York, the Pontiac Ghost Car was built on the chassis of a 1939 Pontiac Deluxe Six using plexiglass to give the appearance of a transparent car.” The see-thro

“Released at the General Motors Highways and Horizons pavilion at the World’s Fair in New York, the Pontiac Ghost Car was built on the chassis of a 1939 Pontiac Deluxe Six using plexiglass to give the appearance of a transparent car.” The see-thro

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The classic American cars of the and will always have a place in the hall of fame of car manufacturing, and a place of honor on any shelf of a model

Pontiac Deluxe Six, covered in Plexiglas, built in 1939 by General Motors and chemical co Rohm and Haas.

World's only remaining 'Ghost Car' headed for auction... incredible images of the Plexiglas Pontiac expected to fetch almost $500,000

The highlight of the World’s Fair in New York and the first transparent car ever built in America: the 1939 Pontiac Plexiglass Ghost Car.

1940 Pontiac Plexiglas Deluxe Six "Ghost Car" Sedan. World's only remaining 'Ghost Car' headed for auction...incredible images of the Plexiglas Pontiac expected to fetch almost $500,000 http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2011154/Worlds-remaining-Ghost-Car-headed-auction--incredible-images-Plexiglas-Pontiac-expected-fetch-500-000.html#ixzz3VtTCSJoN

Pontiac’s 1939 “Ghost Car” Has a Body Shell Made of Plexiglas - My Modern Met

Pontiac Deluxe Six Ghost Car 1939

only two of the Deluxe Six Ghost Cars were ever made, though this one – the first transparent full-sized car to be made in the US – is the only one known to have survived.

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