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First staged in 1901, the Chicago Auto Show is the largest auto show in North America and has been held more times than any other auto exposition on the continent. This year marks the 108th edition of the Chicago Auto Show.

 
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    Buick Manager of Special Projects Michael Doble was on stage with the Cielo concept car during a preview for the motoring press before the opening of the 1999 show. It featured permanent side rails and a three-panel retractable roof. The top moved along the rails and folded away into the trunk. Front and rear doors were hinged at the A and C pillars, eliminating a center post. The front-wheel drive Cielo was fitted with a 3.8 liter supercharged V-6 engine, and four-speed automatic transmission.
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    Buick Manager of Special Projects Michael Doble was on stage with the Cielo concept car during a preview for the motoring press before the opening of the 1999 show. It featured permanent side rails and a three-panel retractable roof. The top moved along the rails and folded away into the trunk. Front and rear doors were hinged at the A and C pillars, eliminating a center post. The front-wheel drive Cielo was fitted with a 3.8 liter supercharged V-6 engine, and four-speed automatic transmission.
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    Buick Manager of Special Projects Michael Doble was on stage with the Cielo concept car during a preview for the motoring press before the opening of the 1999 show. It featured permanent side rails and a three-panel retractable roof. The top moved along the rails and folded away into the trunk. Front and rear doors were hinged at the A and C pillars, eliminating a center post. The front-wheel drive Cielo was fitted with a 3.8 liter supercharged V-6 engine, and four-speed automatic transmission.
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    Buick Manager of Special Projects Michael Doble was on stage with the Cielo concept car during a preview for the motoring press before the opening of the 1999 show. It featured permanent side rails and a three-panel retractable roof. The top moved along the rails and folded away into the trunk. Front and rear doors were hinged at the A and C pillars, eliminating a center post. The front-wheel drive Cielo was fitted with a 3.8 liter supercharged V-6 engine, and four-speed automatic transmission.