The Lincoln Indianapolis was a concept car built in 1955 and designed by Boano.
In 1954 Edsel Ford handed control of Ford Motors to his son Henry Ford II. Anxious to bring Ford back into the modern era, Henry the Second hired Italian Gian Paolo Boano to construct a one-off show car on a new Lincoln chassis.
The car was first exhibited at the 1955 Turin Motor Show. The design is very futuristic, and was inspired by 1950s aviation. The result was a flamboyant and bold concept.
After the Indianapolis was shown in Turin, it was sent to the United States where it was consigned back to Henry Ford II. After using it as his personal car for more than a year, it is believed that Ford gave the car to his friend, Errol Flynn.