How cool is this? I wonder if it was the inspiration for the "Visible Man" toys we had as kids.
David Guralnick, Detroit News via AP
The 1939 Plymouth Deluxe 6, also referred to as the "Ghost Car" because its chassis was constructed of plexiglass , is driven at the Inn at St. Johns in Plymouth, Mich. July 28, 2011. The see-through Pontiac built by General Motors for the 1939-40 New York World's Fair is going on the auction block this weekend. The car's Plexiglas body offers a view of its chrome, steel and iron innards. It also features white-colored rubber moldings and tires.