Monday, February 24, 2014

Just thought I'd share: 1969 Pontiac CF 428 Concept


This is pretty stunning. An almost forgotten concept.

Designed from "Carrozziere Coggiola" in Italy.
(Which I have never heard of).

This 44 year old design makes me a bit sad. Imagine what cars could look like today if things like these had been produced back then.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

They were - it was called the AMC Javelin.

Carl said...

Ha yeah that's what I said when I saw the rear.

Anonymous said...

What a mess Volvo is doing for the North American market ,don't understand ????

Anonymous said...

No, no, this had (or has) no relation to Pontiac. The Pontiacs from that time period, such as the 1969-70 Grand Prixs, were just fine and way better than this ugly thing.

Unknown said...

The 1966 Oldsmobile Toronado was really quite similar to this prototype. The Toronado was a beautiful and advanced automobile.

Anonymous said...

There's not a lot from that period that GM didn't do right. Like perfect right. Too bad they're so off track in nearly every way, shape, and form today.