GOLDEN AGE DREAM CARS (1938-1970)
Granny takes a trip in Ford's 1954 FX-Atmos.
Ford's D-528 was an in-house test bed, never shown publicly.
Buick's 1969 Century Cruiser waved a sleek goodby to General Motor's space-age phase.
Simca of France built the Fulgur, a mock-up projected to utilize atomic power and radar.
Ford's Leva Car actually flew, if only as a tethered prototype on an indoor track
Kansan Darryl Starbird built futuristic customs that rivaled major manufacturers' dream cars
GM's Firebird III set a still unbroken record with its seven fins
Built by DeDion, painted by Barris, this bubble-topped coupe was owned by crooner Bobby Darin
Can a shoebox levitate? Curtis-Wright's air car answered that question at Rockefeller Center
Voluptuous and bejewled with chrome, Pontiacs' 1954 Strato Streak shows classic Harley Earl style
Ford's 1955 La Tosca was a radio-controlled 3/8 scale model complete with dummy driver
Buick XP-300 was a mechanical twin to the better known Le Sabre
"Case Special Super Speedster" was a homebuilt dream car fashioned from a WWII Jeep
Chrysler's 1957 Dart was designed in Detroit by Virgil Exner, built by Ghia in Italy.