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October 8, 2009

1955 Flajole Forerunner

By Dan Strohl

Hemmings

William Flajole thought he knew exactly what people wanted to see in future cars in 1955. Then again, so did every other car nut with a pen in his hand, and Flajole’s track record (the Nash Metropolitan, among others) proved that, while his ability to think out of the box certainly remained strong, his prognostication abilities left much to be desired.

Then again, maybe he was thinking more long-term than short-term. Everybody says small cars are gonna be the next big thing, safety has been a big thing in new cars for years, and now Hyman, Ltd. has the Flajole Forerunner – the product of Flajole’s vision – for sale at $350,000. Continue reading at Hemmings

1955 Flajole Forerunner

Comments

GTwildfire
Oct 8, 2009 at 7:20 pm

sorry but… I absolutely loathe this thing. Wow is that ugly.

Chris Borrelli
Oct 8, 2009 at 10:50 am

Looks like something that came out of a Disney movie.

PureBusiness
Oct 8, 2009 at 10:43 am

You kinda lost me at “prognostication”.. but that’s cool.Seriously,everything about that car is amazing! It has all the elements,,Cut,Clarity,,Its beautiful!

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