Buick XP-75

Buick XP-75 -

The Buick XP-75 was a concept car built in 1958.

This was a two-passenger coupe with twin white leather bucket seats. It was hand-built by Pininfarina in Turin, Italy. Its wing-like rear fins became a 1959 Buick styling feature and its sculptured metal side treatment a hallmark of the 1960 Buick line. Features included power windows, air conditioning, paddle-type door releases, floor-mounted transmission lever, vertically indicating radio and specially designed steering wheel.

The engine was a 348-cubic-inch V-8. This car, featured in GM’s Golden Milestone Parade in 1958, no longer exists.

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