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If George Jetson ever travelled back in time to 1955, he'd probably feel most at home in this turbo-powered Chrysler-built Ghia X. Check out the video at:    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=fvwp=1=LlDgbBt-YNQ

If George Jetson ever travelled back in time to 1955, he'd probably feel most at home in this turbo-powered Chrysler-built Ghia X. Check out the video at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=fvwp=1=LlDgbBt-YNQ

Pinned by http://FlanaganMotors.com.  1955 Ford Mystere Concept Car

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Ford has produced many Mustang concepts over the years—some awesome, some awful. Among the awesome i... - Andrew Wendler

Ford has produced many Mustang concepts over the years—some awesome, some awful. Among the awesome i... - Andrew Wendler

Futuristic Concept Cars From the 70s and 80s - Visions From a Retro Future -  #cars #futuristic #retro #retrofuturism

Futuristic Concept Cars From the 70s and 80s - Visions From a Retro Future

Futuristic Concept Cars From the 70s and 80s - Visions From a Retro Future - #cars #futuristic #retro #retrofuturism

Futuristic Concept Cars From the 70s and 80s - Visions From a Retro Future -  #cars #futuristic #retro #retrofuturism

Futuristic Concept Cars From the 70s and 80s - Visions From a Retro Future

Futuristic Concept Cars From the 70s and 80s - Visions From a Retro Future - #cars #futuristic #retro #retrofuturism

1956 Pontiac Club de Mer Motorama Showcar Club de Mer was powered by a V8 with two four-barreled carburetors. This sleek two-seater had a rear transaxle with independent rear suspension. It had a 104" wheelbase, was 180" long and 37" high. A crush grain vermillion leather interior harmonized with the cerulean blue paint scheme. Source: www.gmphotostore.com www.welovepontiacs.com

1956 Pontiac Club de Mer Motorama Showcar Club de Mer was powered by a V8 with two four-barreled carburetors. This sleek two-seater had a rear transaxle with independent rear suspension. It had a 104" wheelbase, was 180" long and 37" high. A crush grain vermillion leather interior harmonized with the cerulean blue paint scheme. Source: www.gmphotostore.com www.welovepontiacs.com

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