American Classic Cars
1938 Buick Y-Job Concept.
The Buick Y-Job, produced by Buick in 1938, was the auto industry's first concept car, Designed by Harley J. Earl. The car was driven for a number of years by Harley Earl, until he replaced it with a 1951 model car. Sometime after that, the car was restored at the Henry Ford Museum, until 1993 when it was returned to the GM Design Center.