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Alessian 2012

This is the Honda Puyo--cool in an ugly way!

Not sure what it is, but it's swank.

Interior of the 1958 Ford La Galaxie Concept

“Unlike most pieces of art, these cars are not for sale and were not commissioned by a wealthy patron. They simply represent creativity and innovation for the pure sake of self expression.” Scott G.


Bugatti Type 57S Competition Coupe Aerolithe. See it up-close and in person at Atlanta High Museum of Art through Sept. 7, 2014

Classic Concepts: 1970 Ferrari 512S Modulo | Classic Driver Magazine. Just saw this in person at Atlanta High Museum of Art - Exhibit runs through Sept. 7, 2014.

1930's Ford Concept Car. Did not make it to production, but Edsel Ford drove this around as his personal car for a while. Photo taken at the Atlanta High Museum, Dream Cars Exhibit. May 2014

I love the "cockpit" on this 1948 Tasco. Photo taken at the Atlanta High Museum, Dream Cars Exhibit. May 2014

1954 Ford FX Atmos. I feel like I've seen this in an old Twilight Zone episode that was partially set years in the future.

Vintage concept car. Looks like it would belong to Barberella.

Hydra Schmidt Coupé design by Daniel Simon for ‘ Captain America ‘. © MARVEL

Blastolene B-702. Hand formed aluminum body finished in dark blue with Maroon leather interior. GMC 702 V12 with Allison 4 speed automatic for power. Features a glass grille and hand blown taillights.

One of the coolest hot rods ever -- The Red Baron, built by Chuck Miller. Totally had the Hot Wheels version of this as a kid.

1954 Ford Atmos

GAZ Torpeda Come on, put some better looking wheels on that thing.

1967 O.S.I. Silver Fox Built to contend for speed records and race for glory in the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Equipped with a 956-cc Renault Alpine A110 engine positioned vertically behind the passenger seat, and capable of reaching 250km/h at top speed.

Pontiac Cirrus Concept (1969

1938 Hispano-Suiza H6B Dubonnet "Xenia" Coupe

The Fascination, designed by Paul M. Lewis in 1962. Now this is real odd!