Although the collector automotive market offers prices out of reality, the best part is that we are honored to take a glance of rare cars that are astonishing. One such example is the concept Buick Blackhawk, auctioned for the second time.

The car was originally produced in 2001, but the details bring us back for more than 60 years. The classic Buick Y-Job concept car was manufactured in 1938 and serves as an inspiration for the styling of the car.

At first glance, the car looks like an old school, and for that, we can blame the shape that looks like it came back from the 50s. You might question yourself what lies under the “old” iron. A huge V8 engine or 7.5-liter unit that produces 463 hp, paired with a 4-speed automatic transmission.

Made from Buick, Blackhawk was part of General Motors Company, but in 2009 GM sold the car for 522,500 dollars. But in on May 2nd, 2015 the car appeared again in one of the auction houses.

The car was sold for $363,000.