Art & Photography

Very low and very swoopy, the Pontiac Club de Mer debuted at the 1956 GM Motorama. This two passenger sports car had twin-bubble Plexiglas cafe racer windscreens, stood a mere 38" high and had an aluminum body, a 300 horsepower modified Pontiac V-8 engine and a DiDion independent rear suspension. The front nacelle rotates 180 degrees to expose the headlamps.

SweetPotato

Fri Sep 27 2013 15:09:47 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

That's some pretty cool tech for the period. 300 hp seems pretty substantial in a car that size.

Fri Sep 27 2013 15:52:23 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Big Benny

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