Featured Image for Transparent car built for 1939-40 New York World’s Fair
Trends

Transparent car built for 1939-40 New York World’s Fair

They sure don’t make em’ like they used to. This Plexiglas-bodied Pontiac was built for the New York World Fair in 1939, and was one of only three transparent cars GM built. The craze never quite caught on. But the good news is that, if you have a cool $400,000 or more to spare, you can buy the car at a July auction in St. John’s in Plymouth, Michigan.
See through Pontiac (3)
See through Pontiac (2)
See through Pontiac (1)
See through Pontiac (5)

Videos from E MINOR TV

Wanted! The next Managing Editor of Australia’s leading sports opinion website

Conversant Media, publishers of Lost At E Minor, is looking for an exceptional Managing Editor with proven strategic vision and endless energy to drive editorial, social and video initiatives and manage an extensive team of writers and editors on Australia’s leading sports opinion website, The Roar. The position is based in Surry Hills, Sydney. For more information, or to apply for this position, go here NOW!.