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Old 08-09-2011, 07:45 PM   #1
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I was looking through some magazines at a book store and stumbled across a motor trend classic. The cover caught my eye because the car on it was something out of a space race induced day dream. If you have any pics of cool old concept cars that never made it into production please post pics.

The car on the cover- 59 Cadillac Cyclone Concept


Inside magazine- 55 Biscayne Concept

Suicide doors and all

56 Chrysler Norseman


54 Pontiac Bonneville special


54 Olds concept One of my all time favorites


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Old 08-09-2011, 09:32 PM   #2
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How about a 1963 Mustang Concept that was driven by Lee Iacocco. Dents and all.

Its in a local museum. America on Wheels in Allentown, Pa.
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Old 08-09-2011, 09:36 PM   #3
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In with the Futura. I win!
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Very cool. But I trump that.... Everyones seen the futura in batman

But how about the '51 Lesabre
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Corvette Corvair Coupe is a favorite of mine!



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Old 08-10-2011, 01:15 PM   #7
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Corvette Corvair Coupe is a favorite of mine!



Very cool! Some of these cars are amazing, I cant believe they were never released. some I know some were over the top (but still amazingly cool), but some like that corvette corvair, 51 buick, 54 olds, and the chrysler norseman could of been amazing selling cars. They are just plain awesome.
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Old 08-10-2011, 03:49 PM   #8
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This keeps coming up but we had a large thread on it.

http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/s...d.php?t=379801
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Old 08-10-2011, 03:55 PM   #9
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How about the Budd 1962 Rambler XR-400 concept? Too bad Romney didn't drink, maybe it or the Tarpon would have made production.

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Old 08-10-2011, 04:33 PM   #10
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I think the Norseman is at the bottom of the sea in the Andrea Doria.

I swear I saw that Olds "roadster" at a WOW show in Columbus GA in about 1970.
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This keeps coming up but we had a large thread on it.

http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/s...d.php?t=379801
Did a few searches before i posted it and that thread didnt come up.
Oh well keep em comin'
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I think the Norseman is at the bottom of the sea in the Andrea Doria.

I swear I saw that Olds "roadster" at a WOW show in Columbus GA in about 1970.
That Olds sold for over 3 million on Barret-Jackson!!! The only car that beats it is the original supersnake that sold for 5 mill.
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Old 08-10-2011, 08:29 PM   #13
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OK Guys.....here ya go.....Concept Cars - Timeline 1938 - 1981
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[QUOTE=HOT40ROD;6839240]How about a 1963 Mustang Concept that was driven by Lee Iacocco. Dents and all.

Its in a local museum. America on Wheels in Allentown, Pa.[/QUOT


Sorry, its not there anymore.
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How about a 1963 Mustang Concept that was driven by Lee Iacocco. Dents and all.

Its in a local museum. America on Wheels in Allentown, Pa.[/QUOT


Sorry, its not there anymore.

It was in December that I was there and took the pictures. Thanks for the info.
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OK Guys.....here ya go.....Concept Cars - Timeline 1938 - 1981
Awesome timeline!
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Very cool. But I trump that.... Everyones seen the futura in batman

But how about the '51 Lesabre
Nothing trumps the Batmobile!
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I have a book called" cars that never were". I wish I had a scanner.
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Old 08-11-2011, 04:00 AM   #20
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Inside magazine- 55 Biscayne Concept

Suicide doors and all

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Keep 'em coming, just can't help but love concept/dream cars!

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Here's an interesting concept car that I bet you never heard of...Chrysler's experimental Star Car from the 1930's, featuring a radial engine.
http://blog.hemmings.com/index.php/2...ars-star-cars/
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Unless I missed it, how about the nuclear powered Ford Nucleon.....





and some other shots of the corvair concept....



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whats the story on the corvair vet ( i wish they would of made the body.. could of been a economical kick ass body to drop in your fab mill too.. but if this did happen, probably would not be a cheap car to play with today..) ? pig in lipstick? all joking aside.. if i had to guess corvair drive train, fiberglass body influced by the vett ( i do have a corvair engine i was gonna use in a bug, never got around too..main reason i did not understand the engine.. so ill just be the care taker of the engine for the future.. to rock a corvair in XXX.). also the 54 Pontiac Bonneville special reminds me of a dodge viper for some crazy reason.
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has anyone made a kit of the corvair/vet prototype? i google and did not find one.. if they can sell a crap load of cobras, i bet this would sell well too.
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Over the last several decades Joe Bortz has saved more American concept cars than anyone else . Here is the link to his web page.

http://bortzautocollection.com/



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Here's an interesting concept car that I bet you never heard of...Chrysler's experimental Star Car from the 1930's, featuring a radial engine.
http://blog.hemmings.com/index.php/2...ars-star-cars/
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Bortz is a self centered piece of work.
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whats the story on the corvair vet ( i wish they would of made the body.. could of been a economical kick ass body to drop in your fab mill too.. but if this did happen, probably would not be a cheap car to play with today..) ? pig in lipstick? all joking aside.. if i had to guess corvair drive train, fiberglass body influced by the vett ( i do have a corvair engine i was gonna use in a bug, never got around too..main reason i did not understand the engine.. so ill just be the care taker of the engine for the future.. to rock a corvair in XXX.). also the 54 Pontiac Bonneville special reminds me of a dodge viper for some crazy reason.
chris.

has anyone made a kit of the corvair/vet prototype? i google and did not find one.. if they can sell a crap load of cobras, i bet this would sell well too.

It was part of the original Corvette concepts. There was the "Waldorf Nomad" Corvette Wagon. The "Corvair" Corvette Fastback. And the Roadster Corvette, which is the one that went into production.

Oh and the name Corvair, was originally used on that concept car. It was later used on the car we all know by that name. It was a Mix of Corvette (CORV) and Bel Air (AIR) which were chevy's newest car and best selling car.

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54 Olds concept One of my all time favorites


was this the Olds version of the Vette?
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I've tried to sort of cover a running history of old factory concept cars. I really like 'em!

General Motors Concepts

General Motors greatness in 1953

All about the Y-Job

Early Ford Concepts

Early Chrysler Concepts

That's some of the stuff I've worked on and gathered pictures for.

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It was part of the original Corvette concepts. There was the "Waldorf Nomad" Corvette Wagon. The "Corvair" Corvette Fastback. And the Roadster Corvette, which is the one that went into production.

Oh and the name Corvair, was originally used on that concept car. It was later used on the car we all know by that name. It was a Mix of Corvette (CORV) and Bel Air (AIR) which were chevy's newest car and best selling car.
Here is a picture thanks to Revoh of the "Concept Corvettes"

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Jipp,

I know that someone as of late has either made a buck or fabbed a body. There was custom/streetroddish one at a show a year or two ago, and the pics got posted here on the HAMB- I'll try to find them.

There is a company that has reproduced the Waldorf Nomad... don't know why they didn't do the Corvair- it's much better looking imho!
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Jipp,

I know that someone as of late has either made a buck or fabbed a body. There was custom/streetroddish one at a show a year or two ago, and the pics got posted here on the HAMB- I'll try to find them.

There is a company that has reproduced the Waldorf Nomad... don't know why they didn't do the Corvair- it's much better looking imho!
I know of 3 nomads documented, all waldorfs. all pics will be on my website when I get it up. aswell as all other concepts, art, replicas.
If you know of anymore replicas it would be great to hear about them

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Whether you like Joe or not, he has done a tremendous job saving these cars . If it wasnt for him and others like him how many of these treasures of the automotive would have survived ?
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Whether you like Joe or not, he has done a tremendous job saving these cars . If it wasnt for him and others like him how many of these treasures of the automotive would have survived ?
Thank Mr. Bortz for rescuing them from Warhoops, but thank Warhoops for not following the factory directive to destroy them.

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mrjynx,

There were ads for the Waldorf in the back of Street Rodder for a while, but I think they were asking in the range of $100,000 to $150,000... don't know if it's still being advertised- I'll check tonight.

Also, I can't find those pics of the Corvair here at work- hope I have them at home!
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There are actually a bunch of threads with pics and info on the Corvair and Waldorf Corvettes- here's one:

http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/s...rvette+corvair

That has pics of a repop of the fastback top!

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was this the Olds version of the Vette?
It was built on the corvette chasis, and I believe (not 100% sure) it recieved the 324 v-8 with a 4bbl on it.
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Made it this far without the '38 Buick Y-Job? Oh my.

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There are actually a bunch of threads with pics and info on the Corvair and Waldorf Corvettes- here's one:

http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/s...rvette+corvair

That has pics of a repop of the fastback top!

Thanks, now I know they exist I can get to looking.
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One of the earliest I'd consider a factory concept, the Ford Model 40 Special roadster made for Edsel:

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Sorry for the big pic, but some of the Chrysler Ghia concepts:

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I found some corvairs, dont know if theyre borts or replicas.
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NVM I found it, the red car is a replica, as is the other, someone said it was a surviving original, this is false.

Replicas are being made by this company. http://www.backtothefutureproductsll...ml#corvairbody
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That's not a factory effort. Sexy as hell, but I don't think Norman Timbs had any backing from Buick.
You caught me! If you have not checked this thread out, you really need to:

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Here is a picture thanks to Revoh of the "Concept Corvettes"

I saw all of these cars at the 1954 GM Motorama show. By that time the roadster was in production, the other three were still concepts. The removeable hardtop eventually showed up on the '56 model.
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I saw all of these cars at the 1954 GM Motorama show. By that time the roadster was in production, the other three were still concepts. The removeable hardtop eventually showed up on the '56 model.
Now that's pretty neat!
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Always liked the XNR
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How about a 1963 Mustang Concept that was driven by Lee Iacocco. Dents and all.

Its in a local museum. America on Wheels in Allentown, Pa.
With this one, Lee took something perfect & screwed it. However I do almost like the chop in a perverted, hot- rodder way.
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I have a book called" cars that never were". I wish I had a scanner.

This one?
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A few I have saved over the years
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These are all awesome!!!
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Old 08-11-2011, 10:51 PM   #55
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how bout some aussie flavour. (sorry if O/T). 1970 torana GTR-X and 1969 holden hurricane
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For more info/pics on CHRYSLER Factory Concept Cars of the '50s ...


... checkout my 1954 Chrysler Concept Car thread:

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... Choptop's 1956 Chrysler Plainsman Concept by Ghia thread:

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With this one, Lee took something perfect & screwed it. However I do almost like the chop in a perverted, hot- rodder way.
Nonsense. This was a pre-production prototype, before the '64 1/2 models went into production. I like the top, lower than a stock notchback.
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A few different ones....
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You caught me! If you have not checked this thread out, you really need to:

http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/s...d.php?t=178451
Funny you link to that, I found that thread yesterday and have been reading it. I have the TRJ and Motor Trend Classic issues with the car in it, but that thread's somethin' else.
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I saw all of these cars at the 1954 GM Motorama show. By that time the roadster was in production, the other three were still concepts. The removeable hardtop eventually showed up on the '56 model.
That is pretty awesome!!! My great grandfather worked for GM at the tarrytown plant, and then owned a dealership. He gave my grandmother a 1954 corvette to drive around for advertisement. She drove it for a week and gave it back because she didn't like it. She now tells me she wishes she still had it, simply for the retirement factor of selling it. I told her I probably would have stolen it from her....
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1957 F-88





Recreation of the car with hand laid up panels using hand made bucks.The gent making this lives a few miles from me. He has the doors almost done.









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I love this car I posted it up on the first page. Awesome pics!!
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Recreation of the car with hand laid up panels using hand made bucks.The gent making this lives a few miles from me. He has the doors almost done.
does he have a name or email? I`m trying to document replicas.

also do you have any other pictures.

theres 001,003,009,011,012,014. are they online?

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Here is some from the studebaker museum.
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" does he have a name or email? I`m trying to document replicas.

also do you have any other pictures."

Until he's finished the person would like to remain anonymous. I do have other pics but these are the best. The pics are 2 yrs old and he is progressing slow because of other commitments but he is moving froward with the project this year.
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Here is some from the studebaker museum.
208 and 210 Are the Sceptre. A very cool car well ahead of its time. The front was one full width headlight specially designed by Sylvania. The C pillars aree dark polarized glass
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'59 Pontiac El Catalina. The new issue of Hemmings Classic Cars has an artical about the discovery and restoration of this factory prototype. Only one or two were built.
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heres a couple more of the white Packard from Studebaker Museum, its cool piece!



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Yeah that is a nice lookin ride.
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Recreation of the car with hand laid up panels using hand made bucks.The gent making this lives a few miles from me. He has the doors almost done.
Man, that is just amazing.
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how bout the Dymaxion Car?

Edit: or the Corvair Monza GT or the Pontiac Banshee?
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heres a couple more of the white Packard from Studebaker Museum, its cool piece!

I love the Predictor but the "Request" was pretty cool too and brought the vertical grill theme in without looking awkward.


http://blog.hemmings.com/index.php/tag/packard-request/
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FWIW the Y-Job is frequently sitting in the north lobby of the GM Design Center for inspiration...I get to see it every so often while waiting for a meeting ...Awe-inspiring.

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'39 Plymouth

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