1956 Pontiac Club de Mer Concept

1956 Pontiac Club de Mer Concept
The 1956 General Motors Motorama introduced the world to the Pontiac Club de Mer, a bare-bones, debased-slung roadster made using an aircraft-like stainless-steel monocoque, creaseless unpainted body sheets and solo windscreens. The concept front extremity featured lights concealed beneath groomed body that ordered breezed down into the motor claim or up over the hood. Recently 1977 Pontiac Trans AM with alteration was shown as 2016 SEMA auto show.

Talking about 1956 Pontiact Club de Mer, in back, a dorsal fin grew from the decklid as if it were morphing into a F-100C superior Sabre fighter jet, though it was ordained to be firmly on the object until 1958, when the concept was discarded as part of an abject kill command by General Motors.