Another GM/Buick in the ’50s, another car with fighter jet aesthetics. Rather than a pointed and rounded nose, the Centurion’s backset grille gives it more of a look of mounted machine guns, ready to blast any competition away. It’s also got the rounded pointy rear, but the most unique aspect of the car might be the full glass bubble cabin. The Centurion name didn’t make its production debut until ’71, when a much less inspired and far less fun car was put out onto lots.

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