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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

1964 Pontiac Banshee concept, In 1964 Pontiac unveiled their newest concept car, which they dubbed the Banshee. During its development it was called the XP-833 project. This car was a small two-seater with a long, sweeping hood and a short rear deck. Several different versions were constructed, but only two drivable prototypes were ever built. One was a silver hard-top with a straight six engine and the other is a white convertible with a V-8.

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1954 Dodge Granada Custom concept car. One piece fiberglass laminated plastic body prototype.

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