used an oak frame, but had a sedan body that seated four. Passengers could enter through one of two side doors or through a single front door. According to Cunningham, the sedan weighed 975 pounds, reached a top speed of 60 MPH, and returned 50 MPG.
Friday, January 14, 2011
More Homemade Streamliners
The Hemmings blog came across another homemade streamliner. This vehicle was produced by San Diego boat builder D.H. Griffin sometime in the 1930's. The car below was actually his second conveyance. According to Hemmings, the three-wheeler