History: The Wheel of Human Civilization
I was going to write about the voyages of discovery and how things really got rolling. But I decided to do a quick article to tempt your tastebuds into what I may be writing about in the next article.
The 1939 Pontiac Ghost Car, the World's First Transparent Car
Pontiac is called a spirit because of its openness. It was the first perfect car in America, designed by the famous manufacturer Norman White Geddes, named after the man who created the future. Presented as a vision of the future, it was produced for the 1939-40 World's Fair in New York, where it had an impact on the stability of General Motors Highways in the Horizons; and continues to provoke unrest today. It is believed to still be in operation, although no one angrily picked it up along the way. The idea for a spirit car was born as GM sponsored the 1939-1940 World's Fair in New York City. At the 1939-1940 World Trade Center, they decided it was worth trying to show their new product clearly. The exhibition car will eventually be sold and sold at several Pontiac stores, mainly for support purposes. He first visited the H&H Pontiac store in Gettysburg, PA; and in 1962, it was sold to another Pontiac dealer and later sold to a car collector named Don Barlup.