1956 Oldsmobile Golden Rocket Concept
In 1950s Oldsmobile was a powerhouse and its shark-nosed Golden Rocket concept, which made the circulars as part of 1956’s General Motors Motorama classic, showed how pushful the brand was. Decidedly sporty, if a tiny strange-looking with its circular headlights enclose between the thin opening and high-set, missile-like barriers, the fiberglass-bodied Golden Rocket could have outaccelerated a Corvette at the moment, acknowledgments to its 275-hp V-8 and graceful 2500-pound restrain weight.
Sadly, few of its good styling features made production, rescue for the garment split-rear-window care, which were on the 1963 Corvette. As swift as it was,