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Guess The Make And Model Of This Famous Prototype Car Made in 1955

Guess The Make And Model Of This Famous Prototype Car Made in 1955.
A few clues: Custom made for an iconic TV series and several replica’s of the custom model were made to meet appearance demands in the USA.
It was an American car brand but assembled in Carrozzeria Ghia, Turin, Italy.
The original cost in the 1950’s was $250,000.
Have fun guessing!

Famous TV Car
What famous TV car did this become?


27 thoughts on “Guess The Make And Model Of This Famous Prototype Car Made in 1955”


  1. Lincoln Futura, I actually saw it at Autorama back in ’55. It was Customized By George Barris as The Batmobile.

    1. Right on! Very cool that you saw it in person! Pretty easy but I like this car so much I had to see what fans were out there.

  2. I too have a good feeling Batman and Robin are lurking around somewhere looking for the joker who stole their car and Batman batgirl keeps saying Batman it was Robin who took to show Lincoln how a real sports car should look lol


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