Here’s MCG’s latest visit to the land of automotive what-if and never-was: volume four of Dreams and Nightmares.
In this newest edition of Dreams and Nightmares, you’ll find these wonders:
+ Styling proposals from the late ’50s in which both Ford and Buick looked into the future, and it was dorsal fins.
+ Oh, that old chestnut: a mid-engined Corvette prototype.
+ The 1962 Trav-Air X4, redefining the concept of cabin noise.
+ A 1956 Chrysler clay study that foreshadows the passenger minivan concept.
+ The 1959 Ghia Selene, a design that goes nowhere yet still seems vital and vibrant.
+ A well-known 1955 concept shown in the true natural habitat of the Detroit dream car—on the back of a flatbed truck.
+ A 1974 Mustang proposal that probably would have killed the ponycar forever.
And more. Do you have a favorite? A non-favorite? Please feel free to register your approval or non-approval in the reply section. Check out all the winners and losers in the slide show below.