Cars That Never Made It To Production

1957 Chrysler Diablo

1956 Buick Centurion II

1954 Ford La Tosca

1951 Buick Le Sabre

1959 GM Firebird III

1955 Lincoln Futura

1951 Buick XP-300

1955 Ford Mystere

1959 Cadillac Cyclone

1954 Oldsmobile Rocket F-88

1958 Ford X-2000

1953 Cadillac Ghia Coupe

1955 Lincoln Indianapolis

195? Mercury D524

1952 Chrysler D’Elegance

1954 De Soto Adventurer II

1953 Ford X-100

1956 Packard Predictor

1956 Oldsmobile Golden Rocket

1956 Pontiac Club De Mer

 

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6 thoughts on “Cars That Never Made It To Production

  1. We know the time it must have taken to find and then format each image the same size for a visually pleasing post. Damn nice work, ExTex !

    Some of those are really nice, I wonder why they never made it to the showroom floor?

    The 57 Diablo, Caddy Cyclone, Olds Rocket – love ’em. That Merc D524, man, that looks like it had leg room and then some. (I’m tall, leg room in cars has always been a bitch).

    The 58 Ford X2000, where the heck are the headlights? Those two tiny eye-shaped ovals at the left and right of the grill?

    • Truthfully, I got these from an email via my cousin. I’m a tall person too, and considering all the cars and trucks I’ve owned, the Studebaker Lark series had the most legroom. I owned two of these.

  2. I knew about half of these. The Cadillac Cyclone is still owned by GM, and kept at the Design Center. I read a ‘driver’s report’ on it a couple of years ago, and except for the ridiculous bubble canopy, it was quite a driveable car.

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