This month, Ted Alexander conjures up what a late-second-generation E-Body Grand Prix might have looked like. Taking the basic shape and proportions of the 1966-70 Riviera, he adds a decidedly Pontiac design theme.A little-known chapter in the Grand Prix's history actually pre-dates its introduction. At the time, General Motors was developing the personal luxury E-Body platform as a competitor to the four-seat Ford Thunderbird, but was unsure early on as to which Divisions would get it. There was even a plan to use this car to resurrect the old LaSalle nameplate, which was last seen as a production car in 1940 and the subject of two revival Dream Cars from 1955.
Photo Gallery: The 1968 Pontiac E-Body Grand Prix - What If?