Buick's XP-75 was a program aimed at creating a two passenger luxury car. Skylark III as it was known at the Design Center, began in 1957 based on the styling theme of the '59 Buick's. This was a serious program. Two complete running prototypes were built at the Pininfarina shops in Italy. Notice the subtle differences between the two versions. The white version was dismantled in the mid-1960s. The version painted silver was transferred to Buick and remained on Buick's vehicle roster until at least 1967. There is no record of what happened to it after that.
This art poster measures 24" width and approximately 16" tall.