This car wears BATMAN license plates but someone reading those plates from behind won’t get the full effect of this wagon’s wild wings. For that you need a 3/4 perspective. As wild as they look, remember that these fins would have to grow a bit before they were as extreme as those on the ’59 and ’60 Chevys and Buicks. People remember Virgil Exner’s Forward Look cars for their flamboyant exterior styling but it should be remembered that Mopar interiors from that era also pushed the envelope. Note the free standing translucent speedometer and see through speedometer housing to go with the clear acrylic steering wheel..
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