This year’s Concours d’Elegance of America in Plymouth, Michigan will have one really amazing vehicle to show: a transparent Pontiac, boasting an amazing see-through Plexiglass body. General Motors presented this baby at the 1939-1940 New York World’s Fair and was built by the inventor of Plexiglass, Rom & Haas.
Only two examples of this special vehicle are known to still exist today, and one of them can now be yours if you fight hard for it at the St. John’s sale by RM Auctions next month. Presale estimates say that the transparent Pontiac should fetch between $275,000 and $475,000. Proving the durability of Plexiglass, the non-drivable car is still in almost perfect condition, with only a few cracks and chips here and there.