Developed in the Ford Nucleon showed the world what Ford thought the future held for automobiles. In reality, the future of cars looks nothing like the Nucleon, which got its power from a small nuclear reactor.
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!
1956 Buick Centurion Concept Car (I saw this Concept Car at The Sloan Museum in Flint, MI). Buick enthusiasts will recognize the “sweep-spear” chrome on the Centurion as being similar to the 1957 Buicks.