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Chicago Auto Show - 1966

Chicago Auto Show - 1966

1932 Chicago Auto Show - Hupmobile #auto #cars #Chicago

1932 Chicago Auto Show - Hupmobile

Appearing at the 1954 Chicago Auto Show, the FX-Atmos featured a glass dome roof, tail fins, rocket exhaust taillights and needle-like radio antennae protruding from front fender pods. The radical cockpit had a center-mounted driver’s seat and two-passenger rear seats. Dual handgrips replaced the normal steering wheel and the dash-mounted "Roadarscope" radar screen provided highway information.

Few concept cars encapsulated the jet age better than Ford's FX-Atmos, which was unveiled to gasps of awe at the 1954 Chicago motor show. If you were a Jetsons wannabe, the FX-Atmos would have been just perfect.

Chicago Auto Show - 1950

Chicago Auto Show - 1950

Chicago Auto Show - 1941

The 1941 Pontiac Streamliner four-door at that year's Chicago auto show attracted the attention of m. - Provided by Car and Driver

Chicago Auto Show - 1960

Four vehicles are on display at the small exhibit space for Swedish-built Saab. All are sedans. An example of the Saab three-cylinder engine is in a glass showcase.

Chicago Auto Show - 1971

Chicago Auto Show - 1971

Debuting in 1955, the Buick Wildcat III was exhibited at the Chicago Auto Show in January, 1956. It was one of the earliest four-passenger fiberglass concept cars and housed an extremely powerful V-8 engine with 280 horses and a four-barrel carburetor. This was the third version of Buick's Wildcat in as many years. Hood sloped forward; parking, directional lights were housed in bumper bombs, and air intakes helped cool brakes.

Debuting in 1955, the Buick Wildcat III was exhibited at the Chicago Auto Show in January, 1956. It was one of the earliest four-passenger fiberglass concept cars and housed an extremely powerful V-8 engine with 280 horses and a four-barrel carburetor. This was the third version of Buick's Wildcat in as many years. Hood sloped forward; parking, directional lights were housed in bumper bombs, and air intakes helped cool brakes.

Chicago Auto Show - 1939

Chicago Auto Show - 1939

Chicago Auto Show - 1966

Chicago Auto Show - 1966

Chicago Auto Show - 1954

Chicago Auto Show - 1954

Chicago Auto Show - 1956

1956 Dodge La Femme at the Chicago Auto Show - created for the "modern American woman.

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