This truck was a brilliant General Motors concept vehicle used in the company's Parade of Progress extravaganza touring the US with various technology displays of the day. Billed as "a matchless symbol of the American auto industry at the height of its power and influence," one Harley Earl penned streamlined transporter made a startling $4.1 million as 20,000 attendees stood and cheered at a recent Barrett-Jackson event. Known as old number four, this vehicle featured the cut-away J-35 Allison jet engine display.
This is the most complete unit ever to surface and has most the original equipment, exterior and interior trim, shrouds and an original instrument panel. New original reproduction Parade of Progress Tires adorn this truck and it comes with new rubber molding and aluminum siding. This challenging restoration will be your most rewarding. This is the last of seven units available for restoration.
Offered at $400,000.
Call Brad at: 001 818-419-9989