First transparent car built in America by GM heads towards auction


Transparency is something that everybody expects and desires. Although, a see-through backseat of a car might not be such a great idea after all! But strange are the ways of the world and the rare 1939-40 Pontiac built by GM is as real as it gets. Put on display cars for the 1939 and 1940 World Fairs, these cars priced at $25,000 during that era, is just one of two or three of its kind. But now you can get it to your garage as the “Plexiglas-bodied” Pontiac will be put under the hammer at the St John’s sale by RM in July. The rare vehicle is estimated between $275,000 and $475,000.
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