1962 El Tiburon Shark Is a Fiberglass Wonder [Video]
Round about the same time as the second generation Corvette, the Sting Ray, another company created a fiberglass car named after an underwater creature. This is the El Tiburon Shark from 1962. Only six of them were made based on Renault engines.
"El Tiburon" actually means '"the shark" in Spanish and this is probably why this streamlined machine looks like a Great White. This one is based on a 4CV and had about 40 horsepower to its name.
In this video, Geoff Hacker from Forgotten Fiberglass talks about the unique car he has owned for 32 years and is almost finished restoring.
Video by AutoweekUSA: