1941

1941 Ford Coupe Hot Rod Features Mercedes-Benz Leather Interior, Chevy V8 Power – Mircea Panait @Autoevolution

Updated in preparation for the unpredictability of the automotive industry in the Second World War, the 1941 Ford daw massive commercial success until 1948 thanks to affordable pricing, many options, and a lot of body styles. This particular two-door coupe, however,… Read More ›

Daytona Beach hotel where Bill France founded NASCAR put up for sale – Daniel Strohl @Hemmings

Somehow, despite the constant churn of Florida real estate, the decades-long dilapidation, and the drug-use problem that plagued the Streamline Hotel in Daytona Beach, Florida, the facility remains in pretty much the same configuration today as it did when it… Read More ›

Built by Coachcraft, Peter Stengel’s ’41 Mercury was a masterpiece of prewar design – Kurt Ernst @Hemmings

Coachbuilt cars are typically associated with marques like Duesenberg, Packard, and Rolls-Royce, but California shop Coachcraft worked with more attainable brands, too. This Coachcraft-built 1941 Mercury Sedanca de Ville custom, created for banking heir Peter Stengel, features a one-of-a-kind body and… Read More ›

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