Traveling around the Oregon Coast, I happened upon this 1952 restored Henry J [Kaiser-Fraiser] and had to spin the car around to grab a few pictures. Still a remarkable car after all these years. Love the detail in the rear window.
1951 Henry J
Henry J – 1952
More on the car. [Thanks, Wikipedia)
The Henry J was built by the Kaiser-Fraiser Corporation and named after its chairman, Henry J. Kaiser. Production of six-cylinder models began in July 1950, and four-cylinder production started shortly after Labor Day, 1950. The Henry J was the idea of Kaiser, who sought to increase sales of his Kaiser automotive line by adding a car that could be built inexpensively and thus affordable. The goal was to attract “less affluent buyers who could only afford a used car” and the attempt was the Kaiser Frazer, the pioneering American compact car. Continue reading
This blog is all about my fascination with old cars. I especially like to roam the back roads with my camera in search of derelicts and carcasses of once wonderful old cars. Frequently, I can’t identify them, but they are no less wonderful. The site will be updated frequently, so come back often.
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My fascination with this car is obviously shared by many. Ron’s ride keeps winning best of class and comes close to best in show. His recent entry into the Forest Grove Concours d’Elegance won Best in Class even though the rain dampened spirits and photo opportunities. Continue reading
The 1950 Plymouth convertible was so tempting. I was ready to buy and journey 1200 miles to bring it home.
Car Doors and their handles are designed as art. Featured here are a few I find fascinating.
Model A 1928