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Concepts from Future Past: 1956 Buick Centurion

Concepts from Future Past: 1956 Buick Centurion
The Buick Centurion concept car was seen at the 1956 General Motors Motorama auto show (alongside the Pontiac Club de Mer). Although the car was never meant to be driven, it had a 325 V8 engine under the hood.
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1971 Buick Riviera or 1946 Tucker Torpedo?

1971 Buick Riviera or 1946 Tucker Torpedo?
The Tucker Torpedo was certainly an unusual looking vehicle. This “car from the future” was the first concept that Preston Tucker had for a car back in 1946, and it featured a streamlined, aerodynamic design with independent wheel “pods” and tons of bright chromework.
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1938 Buick Y-Job Tribute Car for Sale

1938 Buick Y-Job Tribute Car for Sale
The 1938 Buick Y-Job is known as the U.S. automobile industry’s first ever concept car. It was created by General Motors Chief of Design Harley J. Earl to test out future ideas for styling, and he actually drove the car for about 10 years himself.
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Buick Wildcat Concept

Buick Wildcat Concept
These days Buick isn’t exactly looked at for its dramatic or dynamic vehicle design. However, there was a time when they were willing to take more chances. In fact, back in 1954, they developed a sporty, open-top show car dubbed the Wildcat II.
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