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Tuesday, June 7, 2011


1952 Allstate: The Allstate was essentially a Henry J (sold through Sears, Roebuck), but with a number of unique differences including Allstate badges on the hood and rear deck, a more upscale interior of Saran plaid or occasionally leather or smooth vinyl, special hubcaps/wheel covers, horn buttons and instrument bezels, a locking glove box and trunk lid, special engine color (blue), custom armrests and sunvisors, revised door locks and keys, and special parking and taillamp assemblies. Most notably, the Allstate featured a unique two-bar grille and jet-plane hood ornament designed by Alex Tremulus who had come to Kaiser-Frazer from the Tucker Corporation. This is #18, one of only 2,264 made, original paint, little rust, no engine. $8,500

1953 Henry J Corsair Deluxe: Original paint, rust in floor, no engine. $6,500

Both in Los Angeles area ~ Call Mike at (818) 790-1932