In 1964, GM had a Mustang problem. The Mustang was selling in huge numbers, and Pontiac division head John DeLorean (the same man that would design and sell the DMC-12) designed the show car Pontiac Banshee that year as a competitor. GM nixed the idea based on fears that the new car would interfere with sales of the Corvette — but ironically, the Banshee would go on to heavily influence the 1968 Corvette redesign along with lending styling details to other Pontiacs like the Firebird in 1967. Only one was ever made, and its now for sale — at a Kia dealership in Milford, Connecticut of all places. In immaculate and completely original condition, the Banshee has covered just under 1500 miles and looks like it just rolled off the podium at the Detroit Auto Show. Everything is operational, including the unique flip-top roof, with an asking price befitting of an important piece of American motor history.