Buick Y Job Concept
From GM press: The world’s first manufacture’s concept car, the 1938 Buick Y Job was developed and introduced by Harley Earl, GM’s legendary head of design, to display latest developments and trends in engineering and styling.
The first car developed with an eye less on commercial production than on gauging public reaction to new technologies and designs, it stole the show wherever it was displayed. Apart from its futuristic styling, highlighted by bold curves, it featured concealed headlamps and a convertible roof that folded under a metal cover when closed. Today, the Buick Y Job still turns heads when displayed to the public and is universally considered a classic