Sunday, March 18, 2007

Take a look at this fabulous car from 1960 currently listed on Ebay.
The car you see before you was inspired by Kaiser Aluminum designer Rhys Miller. It was designed and engineered by Blake Larson whose life long desire to produce a practical concept car resulted in this unique design, in which he was also hands on in the construction.

His concept was to give the driver as much vision as possible and he therefore put the driver seat in the middle with center steering and two full car width seats behind the driver and a fully glassed enclosed area front and back (something you see coming out of Detroit in 2009 or 2010). He included the eye catching luggage rack and a glassed in area over the front portion of the car as part of the package.

Can be found for sale on Ebay
This car is in complete full street restoration condition and has been recently tuned and checked out for driving conditions. The car is rust free and has an excellent paint job and a close to like new interior.
Unfortunately the gentleman who originally designed, engineered and hands on built this car has passed away and it is now being offered to become a unique car in any collection. The pictures should speak for themselves. It is important that this car goes to appreciative collector.

1 comment:

Ellen Bloom said...

What a darling car!!! It's so cheerful too. I've never seen anything like it! Thanks for sharing.