Presented at the New York world fair 1939-1940 the Ghost Car was the first plexiglass car ever built.
Made possible by a collaborative effort from GM and a chemical company by the name of Rohm & Haas.
Rohm & Haas had just developed plexiglass.
I love how you can see the inner workings. It’s an interesting concept. More people would know more about how their cars work every time they opened the door.
Great color scheme, it really adds to the plexi look!
Photos via: http://bit.ly/1fbLI3Q
Michael Paul Smith recreates scenes from the 1920’s through the 1960’s using small scale models and some clever ways to trick the eye. The scenes look so real!
It’s amazing how forced perspective can trick the mind into thinking these cars are life size.
Smith does all of this without the use of Photoshop.
These scenes look like they would be fun to recreate!
Find more on Michael’s Flickr page http://bit.ly/1gY5XZA
Abandoned Peugeot 202 located in a small town in France called Oradour-sur-Glan that was attacked and burned by the Nazis during WW2.
For more info on Oradour-sur-Glan visit: http://www.oradour.info/index.htm
This is what the Peugeot model 202 would have once looked like. I love the way the headlights look under that grill!
I love finding things like this on craigslist! Who knows how long this thing has been sitting.
I say this would make a perfect candidate for a Ratrod!
The guy was only asking $1000 bucks!!!