The G2 was Glasspar’s roadster body that was a one-piece fibreglass design. It was occasionally sold as a turnkey sports car sometimes known as the Yankee Clipper or as a kit with a separate body. The basic body shape came from a prototype made for 1951 Los Angeles Motorama known as the Brooks Boxer. These roadsters also became a favorite in the Hollywood circles and attracted owners such as owners Humphrey Bogart, Gary Cooper and Rosemary Clooney. This was due to the car being featured in many auto publications of the period, including Road and Track, Motorsport and Motor Trend.