Pontiac Banshee (1967) Prototype Vehicle from GM Similar ads Member's profile Email Advertiser Tell-a-friend Pontiac Banshee (1967) Prototype Vehicle from GM This ad is marked as Sold Description: SOLD!! A TRUE BLUE CHIP COLLECTORS ITEM! Price: Upon Request Designed by GM Executive John Delorean to compete with Fords Mustang, the Banshee prototype was finally killed by GM brass, viewed the concept would hurt Corvette sales. The Banshee was suppose to be scrapped but GM employee convinced GM to sell him the car. The car was driven less than 1500 miles and only brought to car shows. The owner passed away in 2006 and put the banshee on the market. This is the only 1964 Banshee coupe in the world, with sweeping hood and short deck styling. 2,200 pounds fiberglass body over steel underbody. The styling cues influenced GM cars in the future like the 1968 Corvette, and many future GM products to come. This rare car is all original just the way the prototype was developed. This museum piece has been in all history books of GM since 1964. The car is in the US. Worldwide shipping gladly arranged. Members profile: Advertised by: 2shores Classic Cars (click here to see full profile) Grade 2shores Classic Cars Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Ad Details Property is Sold Garage Spaces (put 0 if this does not apply) 0.00 Type: Classic Vehicle / Collector Vehicle, Car Year: 1967 New or Used: Used Model: Banshee Make: Pontiac Price $1 USD Which Celebrity? Price: Upon Request Interior Color: Red Exterior Color: Silver VIN #: Prototype Serial #1 of 1 Features & Accessories: Type & Features: 6 Cylinder Engine, Manual Transmission (Stick Shift), Sports Car Classic Vehicle Type: Type & Features: Sports Car, Classic / Antique Unique Sale Issues Type of Sale Dealer Sale Website Website http://www.2-shores-classics.com Location Address 119 Church St. City Lake Mills State WI Postal Code 53551 Country USA Call Me! Phone 920-945-0450 Ad id: 4345656 Ad views:10088 Current rating Grade Comments Do you have any comments? Do you have any comments? You may add it after you login.