1970 Ferrari 512 S Modulo. The Modulo was so low, driver and passenger stepped into the car through the roof, which cantilevered forward over the hood. Not many concept cars have their very own postage stamp – the 512 S may be the only one.
The Manta Ray was built by Glen Hire and Vernon Antoine of Whittier, California, sometime between 1951 and Inspiration came from Harley Earl's 1951 GM LeSabre concept car. Colorized photo published in Popular Science, March