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The GM Futurliners were a group of stylized buses designed in the 1940s by Harley Earl for General Motors. They were used in GM's Parade of Progress, which traveled the United States exhibiting new cars and technology. The Futurliners were used from 1940 to 1941 and again from 1953 to 1956. A total of 12 were built, and 9 were still known to exist as of 2007.

The GM Futurliners were a group of stylized buses designed in the 1940s by Harley Earl for General Motors. They were used in GM's Parade of Progress, which traveled the United States exhibiting new cars and technology. The Futurliners were used from 1940 to 1941 and again from 1953 to 1956. A total of 12 were built, and 9 were still known to exist as of 2007.

The GM Futurliners were a group of stylized buses designed in the 1940s by Harley Earl for General Motors. They were used in GM’s Parade of Progress, which traveled the United States exhibiting new cars and technology. The Futurliners were used from 1940 to 1941 and again from 1953 to 1956. A total of 12 were built, and 9 were still known to exist as of 2007. art by: Flyrod

‘The GM Futurliners were a group of stylized buses designed in the 1940s by Harley Earl for General Motors. They were used in GM’s Parade of Progress, which traveled the United States exhibiting new cars and technology.’ - Wikipedia

1953 GMC Futureliner. Without knowing it was a '53 I thought it was a new model for '13. Awesome.

Ford Atmos Quaker State ad 1956 - Why did I never get that damn flying car I was always promised.......

My hubby teases me because I want one so badly! Turquoise and white, or soft pink and white! Can"t you just see me serving cupcakes around the world in this Beaut!?

It is my personal dream to buy a VW van, gut it and make it into a cool trip-mobile with built in couch/bench seating, tv/game center, mini fridge. I may not do it before my son grows up but maybe I can do for him and his kids. I just think it would be the coolest thing EVA