1956 Buick Centurion. (source: Glen H)
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The Centurion name was first used on a Buick concept car in the 1956 Motorama. It featured a red and white fiberglass body, airplane like interior design and a full clear "bubble top" roof. This car currently resides in the Sloan Museum "Buick Gallery" in Flint, Michigan.
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