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    Plymouth XNR concept car designed by Virgil Exner in 1960

  • Timur Mutsaev

    1960 Plymouth XNR Concept Car. (via Wheels of History - 1960 Plymouth XNR Concept Car)

  • Eric Cronin

    1960 Plymouth XNR Concept #luxury sports cars #sport cars #ferrari vs lamborghini #customized cars|

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Plymouth XNR concept car (1960), named after Chrysler design chief Virgil Exner. A striking asymmetric design streamlined the hood air scoop to instrument housing, driver's headrest and rear fin. The grille frame doubled as a front bumper. The 'X-motif' rear bumper was a visual reminder of the car's name. Built in 1959 by Ghia, it was powered by a 170 slant-six engine prepared to NASCAR specs, which on Chrysler's testing track, had a top speed of 150 mph

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The Futura Concept Car, 1954. Via Wiki: “The Lincoln Futura was a concept car designed by the Lincoln division of Ford Motor Company. It was built by Ghia entirely by hand in Italy at a cost of $250,000 and displayed on the auto show circuit in 1955. In 1966 the car was modified by George Barris into the Batmobile, for the 1966 TV series Batman.”

Ford concept car- beautiful! (not the greatest interior though)