Ghost Ride This Whip
Though personally, your ghost riding days are over (the groundskeeper at Pebble Beach was NOT amused with your antics with that golf cart), it seems that there’s more than one “ghost car” with a storied past. The incredible 1939 Pontiac Deluxe Six Ghost Car ($397,000) by General Motors was a see-through automobile that allowed visitors at New York’s World Fair in 1939 to see the inner workings of a real, functional car. Highlights included a six-cylinder engine, drum brakes and a three-speed manual gearbox—not to mention the Plexiglas casing itself, which was a relatively new material itself in 1939. All that AND Technicolor? What will they think of next?