1954 Oldsmobile F-88 concept car was a 2-passenger model with recessed sports car-type seats, a panoramic windshield, jet airfoil wheel disks and a recessed license plate.
The instrument panel started at the center of the dash panel and ran vertically to the floor. In the background are 1940 GM Futurliners, which were constructed by GM to tour North America, presenting the Parade of Progress to millions of visitors who enjoyed demonstrations of cutting-edge science and technology.
The brainchild of Charles Kettering, the Parade brought World's Fair type exhibitions to small towns across the country.
Official GM Photograph from the General Motors Media Archives.
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