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9 Comments | Vintage
Here’s a [closer look](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AWxP5eQnoAU) of those cars at SEMA 2014, Eastwood. Only 12 were built, only a handful still exist. The last ‘e’ was intentionally missing so General Motors could trademark the name.
Ever notice how often “future” things don’t appear in the future?
I wish Art Deco would make a comeback. I love the design of those.
It looks like there are no windows for passengers. If that’s the case I’m glad the future didn’t look like this.
Where are the windows? Also, where do the people go? Lol
Doesn’t seem to be 1939, actually. The parked cars look like they’re from the early 50s.
That looks an awful lot like a ’55 Ford parked at the first slot on the left.
Yes, the *Futurliner buses* **were** from 1939.
Anyone know what town this picture was taken in? Only clue I can see is that the bank’s sign says “Eugene Main Branch,” so maybe Eugene, Oregon?
Are we sure this isn’t from 1956?
This is GM’s Parade of Progress, and Mar 29, 1956 was the stop in Eugene, OR, which it looks like it is because of the bank sign.
There were multiple parades over the years, so it may be correct, but the first I see Oregon mentioned is in 56. Plus the cars on the side of the road look like they could be from the 50’s.