1937

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Greger Strøm Special No. 1 of Trondheim, Norway. Greger's Nordic Special Racer was built in 1937. It attended one race at Leangbanen in 1937 where it beat Norwegian racing legend Arvid Johansen.
Glen Wall's 1928 Chevrolet Coupe of Huntington Park, California. Glen was a member of the Throttle Throbbers car club, and he owned the coupe in 1937. Photo from The Glen and Forey Wall Photo Collection.
The Phantom Corsair is a custom-built concept car designed by Rust Heinz, a member of the H. J. Heinz family. Distinguished by its unusual provisions for safety and comfort at high speeds, the six-passenger aluminum coupe was built by Bohman & Schwartz coachbuilding company in 1937. Originally intended as a pilot model for a limited production, the Phantom Corsair plans were terminated when Rust was killed in an accident.
Tommy the Greek's 1936 Ford Phaeton was restyled in 1937.
The 1937 Kurtis Tommy Lee Special was started in 1936, and completed in 1937.

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The Road Rebels and Hollywood Throttlers were formed in 1937.

Hot Rods Built or Complted in 1937

Julian Doty's 1931 Ford Model A Roadster


Custom Cars Built or Completed in 1937

Tommy the Greek's 1936 Ford Phaeton
1937 Kurtis Tommy Lee Special
The Phantom Corsair


Nordic Special Racers Built or Completed in 1937

Greger Strøm Special No. 1


Hot Rod and Custom Car Clubs Established in 1937

Hollywood Throttlers
Road Rebels



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