The Spartanburg Mystery Sport Custom

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Photo courtesy of Niklas Lekman.
Photo courtesy of Niklas Lekman.
Photo courtesy of Niklas Lekman.
Photo courtesy of Niklas Lekman.
Photo courtesy of Niklas Lekman.
Photo courtesy of Niklas Lekman.

Lost and Found


Currently located in Spartanburg, South Carolina, this mystery Sport Custom was built on a 1941 Hudson coupe. Rumored to have been built in California in the late 1950s, the car features 1940 Ford axles, a Nash grille, and a DuVall-type windshield. In 2017 the car had been sitting for 40 years, due to an engine fire. It ran a smallblock Chevrolet V-8 engine prior to the fire.[1]


Do you recognize this car?

In 2017 the current owner had been owning the car for 15 years. He is currently looking for information about the car and its builder. If you recognize it, please get in touch with Kustomrama at mail@kustomrama.com. The car is for sale if anyone wants to take over the project and restore it.


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