The XP-20 project, commonly known as F-88 was a pet project of Harley Earl. Harley Earl, the legendary automotive stylist, designed the F-88 under the belief that it would have outsold the Corvette and forever changed automotive history. The Oldsmobile F-88 featured a Rocket 88 V8, 4 speed automatic hydromatic transmission, power windows and door latches, bullet tail lights, large vertical exhaust outlets for its ‘Rocket' V-8, and a distinguished wide-mouth grille, unlike the Corvette, which only had a 6-cylinder engine, a 2-speed automatic transmission and no windows. Four cars came out of the project, but only styling order #2265 (this car) survived. It was sold or given to E.L. Cord (Auburn-Cord-Duesenberg owner) in 1955. Hundreds of internal GM documents and original blue prints are still with this sole survivor. Purchased for the museum for $3.4 million by John S. Hendricks, the Discovery Channel founder is the proud owner who has is displayed in its own room at the Gateway Auto Museum in Gateway, Colorado. One of a kind.