A GM Car Designer Built This In The ’60s And It’s Now For Sale

Designing cars is one of the most exciting and frustrating jobs. Car designers didn’t start their careers just to be able to design boring cars and it’s easy to see all the pent-up talent and imagination in concept cars teasing us about what could have been. Sure, a lucky subset of designers manage to create a boutique hypercar, but for many their talent and production is governed by strict government regulations and the accounting department. For a GM designer in the 1960s, designing cars was just the beginning and they set out to create a completely custom home that is now for sale on Zillow.

It’s a sad fact that most Zillow listings don’t show the interior of the garage on their listings, luckily this listing is different and a host of beautifully shot photos showcase the lighted garage naturally packed with interesting treasures. Most intriguing is a fiberglass mold for a sleek roadster reminiscent of the 1960s Porsche roadster while an MG Midget takes up the remaining floor space. On the roof there are body shells for small go-karts and a racing track adorns the wall.

The clean lines and large windows that define this home allow homeowners to enjoy the view of their wooded property from the comfort of their home interior. The single fireplace is the centerpiece of the main living space and floats above the ground. There are loads of photos and details on Zillow’s listing and we encourage you to email us if you are purchasing this beautiful home.

This hidden dream home was created by an anonymous GM designer looking for another outlet to furnish his talents and the results are staggering. Making such a beautiful house out of thin air is a skill few have, but something we can all appreciate.

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