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Pontiac Strato Streak Concept
Year 1954
Production One-off Concept car
Class Midsize Sedan
Body Style 4-Door Sedan

Intended as a combination between a sports car and a sedan, the 1954 Pontiac Strato Streak was created as a concept car for the 1954 Motorama auto shows. Orginially it was painted a metallic green, however it was later repainted a metallic red and renamed the Strato Streak II.

Unique Features

Distinctive features of the Strato Streak included:

  • Center-opening side doors without a B-pillar
  • Fiberglass body on a 124-inch wheelbase
  • Swivel front seats
  • Wraparound windshield

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